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

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Unionoida | Unionoidea | Unionidae | Ambleminae | Lampsilini | Toxolasma pullus

nominal species Unio pullus Conrad, 1838


Conrad, 1838, Monogr. Fam. Unionidae 2(11): 100, pl. 55, fig. 2.
Conrad, 1853, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. 6: 255.

= Toxolasma pullus

Taxonomic Opinions

= Toxolasma pullus (Conrad, 1838) — Graf & Cummings, 2021
= Toxolasma pullus (Conrad, 1838) — Williams et al., 2017
= Toxolasma pullus (Conrad, 1838) — ITIS, 2012
= Pleurobema pullusHaag, 2012
= Toxolasma pullus (Conrad, 1838) — IUCN, 2011
= Toxolasma pullus Conrad, 1838 — Bogan, 2010
= Toxolasma pullusCummings & Graf, 2010
= Toxolasma pullus (Conrad, 1838) — Graf & Cummings, 2007
= Toxolasma pullus (Conrad, 1838) — Bogan, 2002
= Toxolasma pullus (Conrad, 1838) — Turgeon et al., 1998
= Toxolasma pullum (Conrad, 1838) — Hoeh et al., 1995
= Toxolasma pullus (Conrad) — Williams et al., 1993
= Toxolasma pullus (Conrad, 1838) — Turgeon et al., 1988
= Carunculina pulla (Conrad, 1838) — Burch, 1975
= Carunculina pulla (Conrad, 1838) — R.I. Johnson, 1970
- OMITTEDHaas, 1969
+ Carunculina glans-corvuncula (Lea, 1868) — Frierson, 1927
= Toxolasma pullus (Conrad, 1838) — Ortmann, 1918
= Lampsilis (Carunculina) pulla (Conrad, 1838) — Simpson, 1914
= Lampsilis (Carunculina) pullus (Conrad, 1838) — Simpson, 1900
+ Unio (s.s.) glans Lea, 1831 — Call, 1900
+ Unio glans Lea, 1830 — Call, 1895
= Margaron (Unio) pullus (Con.) — Lea, 1870
= Unio pullus Conrad — Küster, 1862
= Unio (Hyridella) pullus Conr. — Adams & Adams, 1857
= Unio pullus Con. — Conrad, 1853
= Margaron (Unio) pullus (Con.) — Lea, 1852
= Unio pullus Conrad, 1838 — Conrad, 1838

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