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

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This page documents data for Pirogov & Starobogatov (1974), such as genera and species attributed to that publication (including known misspellings, misidentifications, and other unavailable names) as well as taxonomic opinions, if available. Taxonomic opinions refer to uses of genera and species as valid and invalid in that work.

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Publication information

Pirogov, V.V. & Ya.I. Starobogatov. 1974. Small bivalves of the family Pisidiidae from the Bolshoi Karabulak bayou in the Volga Delta. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 53(9): 325-337.

Attributed Genus Names

Cingulipisidium Pirogov & Starobogatov, 1974
Pirogov & Starobogatov, 1974, Zool. Zhur. 53(9): 328.
Type species: Pisidium nitidum Jenyns, 1832 = Euglesa nitida

Tetragonocyclas Pirogov & Starobogatov, 1974
Pirogov & Starobogatov, 1974, Zool. Zhur. 53(9): 328.
Type species: Pisidium milium Held, 1836 = Euglesa milia

Costopisidium Pirogov & Starobogatov, 1974
Pirogov & Starobogatov, 1974, Zool. Zhur. 53(9): 328.
Type species: Pisidium crassa Stelfox, 1918 = Euglesa nitida

Arcteuglesa Pirogov & Starobogatov, 1974
Pirogov & Starobogatov, 1974, Zool. Zhur. 53(9): 328.
Type species: Pisidium lilljeborgii Esmark & Hoyer, 1886 = Euglesa lilljeborgii

Attributed Species Names

Euglesa (Cymatocyclas) supiniformis Pirogov & Starobogatov, 1974
Pirogov & Starobogatov, 1974, Zool. Zhur. 53(9): 333, fig. 1.

Euglesa (Henslowiana) ostroumovi Pirogov & Starobogatov, 1974
Pirogov & Starobogatov, 1974, Zool. Zhur. 53(9): 332, figs. 2, 12.

Euglesa (Costopisidium) infirmicostata Pirogov & Starobogatov, 1974
Pirogov & Starobogatov, 1974, Zool. Zhur. 53(9): 330.

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