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The Freshwater Mussels (Unionoida) of the World (and other less consequential bivalves)

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nominal species Mya ovata Donovan, 1802


Donovan, 1802, Brit. Shells 4: pl. 122.

= Unio tumidus

Taxonomic Opinions

+ Unio tumidus tumidus Philippson, 1788 — (Fauna Europaea, 2012)
+ Unio tumidus tumidus Retzius, 1788 — (Haas, 1969)
+ Unio tumidus tumidus Retzius, 1788 — (Haas, 1940)
+ Unio tumidus Philippson — (Germain, 1931)
+ Unio (sec. Lymnium) tumidus Retzius, 1788 — (Simpson, 1914)
+ Unio tumidus Philippsson — (Germain, 1908)
+ Unio (sec. Lymnium) tumidus Retzius, 1788 — (Simpson, 1900)
+ Unio (Tumidusiana) tumidulus Locard, Nov. sp. — (Locard, 1889)
+ Margaron (Unio) litoralis [sic] (Drap.) — (Lea, 1870)
+ Margaron (Unio) tumidus (Retz.) — (Lea, 1870)
+ Unio tumidus Philippson — (Reeve, 1865)
+ Unio (Mysca) tumidus picta (Bk.) — (Mörch, 1863)
+ Unio (Mysca) pictorum deshayesii Michaud — (Mörch, 1863)
+ Unio (Lymnium) tumidus Philippss. — (Moquin-Tandon, 1855)
+ Margaron (Unio) litoralis [sic] (Drap.) — (Lea, 1852)
+ Margaron (Unio) tumidus (Retz.) — (Lea, 1852)
+ Unio (Batavi) ovalis Gray — (Dupuy, 1852)
+ Unio (Rostrati) tumidus Retz., 1788 — (Dupuy, 1852)
+ Unio tumidus Retz. — (Rossmässler, 1844)
+ Unio tumidus Retz. — (Hanley, 1843)
= Mysca (s.s.) ovata Sw. — (Swainson, 1840)
+ Unio littoralis Lamarck, 1801 — (Sowerby, 1839)
+ Margarita (Unio) litoralis [sic] (Lamarck, 1801) — (Lea, 1836)
+ Margarita (Unio) ovalis Flem. — (Lea, 1836)
+ Unio crassus Retz. — (Rossmässler, 1835)
= Unio ovata Donovan — (Lea, 1834)
= Mya ovata Donovan, 1802 — (Wood, 1825)
+ Unio pictorum (Linnaeus, 1758) — (Lamarck, 1819)
= Mya ovata Donovan — (Dillwyn, 1817)

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