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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 Sayenko et al. (2009), 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

Sayenko, E.M., V.V. Bogatov & D.V. Zaykin. 2009. On the systematic position of the far eastern Kunashiria and Arsenievinaia genera (Bivalvia, Unionidae). Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 88(11): 1298-1310.

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Attributed Species Names

Beringiana youkonensis Zatravkin, 1983
‘Lea’ of Authors.
Zatravkin, 1983, [in] I.M. Likharev, Molluscs: 42.
Bogatov & Starobogatov, 2001, Zool. Zhur. 80: 30.
Starobogatov et al., 2004, Key Freshw. Invert. Russia 6 (molluscs, polychaetes, nemerteans): 41.
Kantor & Sysoev, 2005, Cat. Moll. Russia: 332.
Sayenko et al., 2009, Zool. Zhur. 88(11): 1306.
(error for Anodonta youkanensis Lea, 1867)

Taxonomic Opinions

Beringiana beringiana

Beringiana kamchatica

Beringiana youkonensis [sic]

Kunashiria compressa (Bogatov & Starobogatov, 1996)

Kunashiria coptzevi (Zatrawkin & Bogatov, 1987)
+ Arsenievinaia alimovi Bogatov & Zatravkin, 1988

Kunashiria haconensis (Ihering, 1893)
+ Amuranodonta sihotealinica Zatravkin & Starobogatov, 1984

Kunashiria iturupica Bogatov et al., 1999

Kunashiria iwakawai (Suzuki, 1939)

Kunashiria japonica (Clessin, 1847) [sic]

Kunashiria sinanodontoides Bogatov et al., 1999

Kunashiria taranetzi (Shadin, 1938)

Kunashiria zarjaensis (Bogatov & Zatrawkin, 1988)

Kunashiria zimini (Zatrawkin & Bogatov, 1987)

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