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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 Lewis (1871), 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

Lewis, J. 1871. On the shells of the Holston River. American Journal of Conchology 6: 216-226.

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Attributed Species Names

Unio metanever Lea, 1829
‘Rafinesque’ of Authors.
Lea, 1829, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc. 3 [O. 1]: 418.
Jay, 1835, Cat. Rec. Shells: 17.
Hanley, 1843, Illustr. Descr. Cat. Rec. Bivalve Shells: 179.
Agassiz, 1852, Arch. Naturg. 18(1): 48.
Conrad, 1853, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. 6: 252.
Mörch, 1853, Cat. Conch. Yoldi 2: 44.
Lewis, 1871, Amer. J. Conch. 6: 218.
(reference to Obliquaria (Quadrula) metanevra Rafinesque, 1820)

Unio varicosus Lewis, 1871
‘Lea’ Lewis, 1871, Amer. J. Conch. 6: 219.
(misidentified reference to Unio varicosus Lea, 1831)

Unio glans Lewis, 1871
‘Lea’ of Authors.
Lewis, 1871, Amer. J. Conch. 6: 218.
Pilsbry & Rhoads, 1896, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. 48: 502.
(misidentified reference to Unio glans Lea, 1831)

Unio foliatus Lewis, 1871
‘Hildreth’ Lewis, 1871, Amer. J. Conch. 6: 218.

Taxonomic Opinions

Anodonta oblita Lea

Margaritana dehiscens Say

Margaritana holstonia Lea

Margaritana marginata Say

Margaritana rugosa Barnes

Unio alatus Say

Unio amœnus Lea

Unio arcaeformis Lea

Unio argenteus Lea

Unio barnesianus Lea

Unio biangulatus Lea

Unio brevidens Lea

Unio caperatus Lea

Unio capsæformis Lea

Unio circulus Lea

Unio clinchensis Lea

Unio compressissimus Lea

Unio conradicus Lea

Unio cooperianus Lea

Unio copei Lea

Unio cornutus Barnes

Unio crassidens Lamarck

Unio cuneolus Lea

Unio cylindricus Say

Unio cælatus Con.

Unio dolabelloides Lea

Unio dromas Lea

Unio ebenus Lea
+ Unio lesueurianus Lea, 1840

Unio edgarianus Lea

Unio elegans Lea

Unio fabalis Lea

Unio fassinans Lea

Unio foliatus Hildreth

Unio gibbosus Barnes

Unio glaber Lea

Unio glans Lea

Unio gracilis Barnes

Unio haysianus Lea

Unio holstonensis Lea

Unio intermedius Conrad

Unio iris Lea

Unio irroratus Lea

Unio lesleyi Lea

Unio ligamentinus Lam.

Unio metanever Raf.

Unio monodontus Say

Unio mooresianus Lea

Unio multiradiatus Lea

Unio mytiloides Raf.

Unio mœstus Lea

Unio ovatus Say

Unio patulus Lea

Unio pernodosus Lea

Unio perpictus Lea

Unio perplexus Lea

Unio perradiatus Lea

Unio phaseolus Hildreth

Unio pilaris Lea

Unio plenus Lea

Unio propinquus Lea

Unio pudicus Lea
+ Unio lyonii Lea, 1865

Unio puniceus Hald.

Unio pustulosus Lea

Unio pybasii Lea

Unio ravenelianus Lea

Unio rectus Lam.

Unio securis Lea

Unio sparsus Lea

Unio stewardsonii Lea

Unio subtentus Say

Unio tenuissimus Lea

Unio tesserulæ Lea

Unio triangularis Barnes

Unio tuberosus Lea

Unio undulatus Barnes

Unio varicosus Lea

Unio verrucosus Barnes

Unio æsopus Green

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