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

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Bivalvia | Unionoida | Unionoidea | Unionidae | Unioninae | Anodontini | Cristaria plicata

nominal species Symphynota bialata Lea, 1829


Lea, 1829, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc. 3 [O. 1]: 445, pl. 14, fig. 24 [as ‘bi-alata’].
(renamed Dianisotis chinensis Rafinesque, 1831)
Type(s): HOLOTYPE USNM_86356A, Canton, China.

= Cristaria plicata

Taxonomic Opinions

+ Cristaria plicata (Leach, 1815) — (Do et al., 2018)
+ Cristaria plicata (Leach, 1814) — (He & Zhuang, 2013)
+ Cristaria plicata (Leach, 1815) — (IUCN, 2011)
= Cristaria bialata (Lea) — (Dang et al., 1980)
+ Cristaria plicata (Leach, 1815) — (Liu et al., 1979)
+ Cristaria plicata (Leach, 1815) — (Brandt, 1974)
+ Cristaria (s.s.) plicata plicata (Leach, 1815) — (Haas, 1969)
+ Cristaria (s.s.) plicata (Leach, 1815) — (Simpson, 1914)
- NO OPINION — (de Gregorio, 1914)
+ Cristaria (s.s.) plicata (Leach, 1814) — (Preston, 1912)
+ Dipsas plicatus Leach — (Dautzenberg & Fischer, 1905)
+ Cristaria (s.s.) plicata (Leach, 1815) — (Simpson, 1900)
+ Cristaria plicata (Humphr.) Sol. — (Ihering, 1893)
+ Dipsas plicatus Leach — (Morelet, 1875)
+ Margaron (Dipsas) plicatus (Leach) — (Lea, 1870)
+ Anodonta plicata Sol. — (Schrenck, 1867)
= Unio bialatus (Lea, 1829) — (Sowerby, 1866)
+ Margaron (Dipsas) plicatus (Leach) — (Lea, 1852)
= Unio bialata Desh. in Lam. — (Hanley, 1843)
= Symphynota bialata Lea, 1829 — (Swainson, 1840)
+ Margarita (Dipsas) plicatus (Leach, 1815) — (Lea, 1836)
= Symphynota bi-alata — (Jay, 1835)
+ Dianisotis chinensis Rafinesque, 1831 — (Rafinesque, 1831)
= Symphynota bi-alata — (Lea, 1829)

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