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

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nominal species Unio sagittarius Lea, 1856


Lea, 1856, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. 8: 93.
Lea, 1857, Jour. Acad. Nat. Sci. 3 [O. 6]: 298 [18], pl. 26, fig. 12.
Type(s): LECTOTYPE USNM_85934, Siam.

= Ensidens sagittarius

Taxonomic Opinions

= Ensidens aff. sagittarius (Lea, 1856) — (Huang et al., 2019)
= Ensidens aff. sagittarius (Lea, 1856) — (Konopleva et al., 2019)
= Ensidens sagittarius (Lea, 1856) — (Muanta et al., 2019)
= Ensidens sagittarius (Lea, 1856) — (Zieritz et al., 2018)
= Ensidens sagittarius — (Do et al., 2018)
= Ensidens aff. sagittarius (Lea, 1856) — (Bolotov et al., 2018)
= Ensidens sagittarius (Lea, 1856) — (Lopes-Lima et al., 2017)
= Ensidens aff. sagittarius (Lea, 1856) — (Bolotov et al., 2017)
= Ensidens aff. sagittarius (Lea, 1856) — (Bolotov et al., 2017)
= Ensidens sagittarius (Lea, 1856) — (Konopleva et al., 2017)
= Ensidens sagittarius (Lea, 1856) — (Pfeiffer & Graf, 2015)
= Ensidens sagittarius Lea, 1856 — (IUCN, 2012)
= Ensidens sagittarius Lea, 1856 — (Bogan, 2010)
= Ensidens sagittarius (Lea, 1856) — (Graf & Cummings, 2007)
+ Ensidens ingallsianus ingallsianus (Lea, 1852) — (Brandt, 1974)
= Ensidens (s.s.) sagittarius (Lea, 1856) — (Haas, 1969)
= Ensidens (s.s.) sagittarius (Lea) — (Haas, 1952)
= Nodularia (s.s.) sagittaria (Lea, 1856) — (Simpson, 1914)
= Ensidens (s.s.) sagittarius (Lea, 1856) — (Haas, 1913)
= Unio (Nodularia) sagittarius Lea — (Dautzenberg & Fischer, 1908)
= Nodularia (s.s.) sagittaria (Lea, 1856) — (Simpson, 1900)
= Margaron (Unio) sagittarius (Lea) — (Lea, 1870)
= Unio sagittarius Lea — (Martens, 1860)

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