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

FM(U)otW(aolcb) is the web version of the MUSSEL Project Database. Follow the links to browse the data or use the custom Google search field. Either way, you win!

For each valid genus, the valid species are listed, Recent taxa first. Click here for the generic synonymy.

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Bivalvia | Unionoida | Unionoidea | Unionidae | Ambleminae | Lampsilini

genus Lampsilis Rafinesque, 1820: valid species

Lampsilis abrupta (Say, 1831)
7 synonyms | 1 specimen
Range: Large rivers of the Interior Basin, including the Ohio and Cumberland Plateau, North America. [North America]
Genbank sequences: other.
IUCN Red List: Vulnerable.
Nature Serve: G2 LE: Listed endangered.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis binominata Simpson, 1900
2 synonyms | 1 specimen
Range: Historically endemic to the Chattahoochee and Flint drainages, Alabama and Georgia. [North America]
IUCN Red List: Extinct.
Nature Serve: GX.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis bracteata (Gould, 1855)
2 synonyms | 1 specimen
Range: Western Gulf Coastal Plain, Texas. [North America]
IUCN Red List: Lower Risk/near threatened.
Nature Serve: G1 C: Candidate.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis brittsi Simpson, 1900
1 synonym | 1 specimen
Range: Ozark Plateau, USA. [North America]
Nature Serve: G4T3 (Lampsilis reeveiana brittsi).
Other web site: MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis cardium Rafinesque, 1820
20 synonyms | 11 specimens
Range: Widespread in the Interior, Nelson, and Great Lakes basins, North America. Introduced to the Potomac River on the Atlantic Slope. [North America]
Genbank sequences: 16S, 18S, 28S, COI, H3, ND1, mtGenome.
IUCN Red List: Least Concern.
Nature Serve: G5.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis cariosa (Say, 1817)
8 synonyms | 1 specimen
Range: Atlantic Slope from Nova Scotia south to Georgia. [North America]
Genbank sequences: ND1.
IUCN Red List: Vulnerable.
Nature Serve: G3G4.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis dolabraeformis (Lea, 1838)
2 synonyms | 1 specimen
Range: Altamaha Basin, southern Atlantic Slope, Georgia. [North America]
IUCN Red List: Vulnerable.
Nature Serve: G3G4.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis fasciola Rafinesque, 1820
8 synonyms | 2 specimens
Range: Ohio Basin and south onto the Cumberland Plateau, as well as the Great Lakes, North America. [North America]
Genbank sequences: COI, ND1.
IUCN Red List: Least Concern.
Nature Serve: G5.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis floridensis (Lea, 1852)
1 synonym | 1 specimen
Range: In the eastern Gulf Coastal Plain, from the Escambia east into peninsular Florida, USA. [North America]
Nature Serve: G4.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis higginsii (Lea, 1857)
3 synonyms | 2 specimens
Range: Upper Mississippi River, lower Ohio and in the Ozarkian Region, USA. [North America]
Genbank sequences: COI, ND1.
IUCN Red List: Endangered.
Nature Serve: G1G2 LE: Listed endangered.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis hydiana (Lea, 1838)
4 synonyms | 2 specimens
Range: Ozark Region and western Gulf Coastal Plain, east to Mississippi, USA. [North America]
Genbank sequences: 16S, COI, COI M-type, COII M-type, ND1.
IUCN Red List: Least Concern.
Nature Serve: G4Q.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis ornata (Conrad, 1835)
4 synonyms | 1 specimen
Range: Eastern Gulf Coastal Plain, USA, from the Pearl to the Escambia. [North America]
Genbank sequences: 16S, COI, ND1, mtGenome.
IUCN Red List: Least Concern.
Nature Serve: G5.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis ovata (Say, 1817)
5 synonyms | 1 specimen
Range: Widespread in the Ohio Basin, USA. [North America]
Genbank sequences: 16S, COI, COI M-type, COII, COII M-type, ND1.
IUCN Red List: Least Concern.
Nature Serve: G5.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis powellii (Lea, 1852)
1 synonym | 1 specimen
Range: Ozark Region, USA. [North America]
Genbank sequences: 16S, COI, ND1, mtGenome.
IUCN Red List: Endangered.
Nature Serve: G2 LT: Listed threatened.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis radiata (Gmelin, 1791)
21 synonyms | 9 specimens
Range: Widespread on the Atlantic Slope, North America. [North America]
Genbank sequences: 16S, COI, COI M-type, ND1.
IUCN Red List: Lower Risk/near threatened (Lampsilis fullerkati).
Nature Serve: G1Q (Lampsilis fullerkati), G5T2Q (Lampsilis radiata conspicua), G5T5 (Lampsilis radiata radiata), G5.
Other web sites: ITIS 2 MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis rafinesqueana Frierson, 1927
3 synonyms | 1 specimen
Range: Ozark Region, USA. [North America]
IUCN Red List: Endangered.
Nature Serve: G2 LE: Listed endangered.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis reeveiana (Lea, 1852)
4 synonyms | 3 specimens
Range: Ozark Region, USA. [North America]
Genbank sequences: 16S.
Nature Serve: G4T4 (Lampsilis reeveiana brevicula), G4T4 (Lampsilis reeveiana reeveiana), G4.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis satura (Lea, 1852)
1 synonym | 1 specimen
Range: Ozark Region and western Gulf Coastal Plain, USA. [North America]
Genbank sequences: 16S, ND1.
IUCN Red List: Lower Risk/near threatened.
Nature Serve: G2.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis sietmani Keogh & Simons, 2019
1 synonym
Range: Widespread in rivers of the Interior Basin and western Gulf Coastal Plain, USA. [North America]

Lampsilis siliquoidea (Barnes, 1823)
13 synonyms | 6 specimens
Range: Widespread in the Interior, Nelson and Great Lakes basins, south into western Gulf Coastal drainages, North America. Introduced to the Atlantic Slope via the Erie canal. [North America]
Genbank sequences: 16S, 16S M-type, 18S, 5.8S, COI, COI M-type, ITS1, ND1, mtGenome.
IUCN Red List: Least Concern.
Nature Serve: G5.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis splendida (Lea, 1838)
2 synonyms | 1 specimen
Range: Altamaha River north to the Cooper-Santee, southern Atlantic Slope, USA. [North America]
IUCN Red List: Least Concern.
Nature Serve: G3.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis straminea (Conrad, 1834)
9 synonyms | 5 specimens
Range: Widespread in the rivers of the eastern Gulf Coastal Plain, USA, including the Suwanee. [North America]
Genbank sequences: 28S, 5.8S, COI, COI M-type, COII, COII M-type, ITS1, ND1.
Nature Serve: G5, G5T5 (Lampsilis straminea claibornensis), G5T3 (Lampsilis straminea straminea).
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis streckeri Frierson, 1927
1 synonym | 1 specimen
Range: Ozark Region, USA. [North America]
IUCN Red List: Critically Endangered.
Nature Serve: G1Q LE: Listed endangered.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis teres (Rafinesque, 1820)
11 synonyms | 5 specimens
Range: Widespread in rivers of the Interior Basin and Gulf Coastal Plain, USA. [North America]
Genbank sequences: 16S, 28S, 5.8S, COI, COI M-type, COII, COII M-type, ITS1, ND1.
IUCN Red List: Least Concern.
Nature Serve: G5.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis virescens (Lea, 1858)
2 synonyms | 2 specimens
Range: Endemic to the Tennessee River, Cumberland Plateau, USA. [North America]
Genbank sequences: COI, ND1.
IUCN Red List: Critically Endangered.
Nature Serve: G1 LE, XN: Listed endangered, nonessential experimental population.
Other web sites: ITIS MolluscaBase.

Lampsilis brimhallensis (Stanton, 1916) (Cretaceous)
1 synonym
Range: Cretaceous, North America.

Lampsilis chadronensis Cook & Mansfield, 1933 (Tertiary)
1 synonym
Range: Tertiary, North America.

Lampsilis dalyi Russell, 1952 (Tertiary)
1 synonym
Range: Eocene, North America.

Lampsilis grangeri (Cockerell, 1915) (Tertiary)
1 synonym
Range: Eocene, North America.

Lampsilis marshalli MacNeil, 1935 (Tertiary)
1 synonym
Range: Miocene, North America.

Lampsilis sandersoni (Warren, 1926) (Cretaceous)
1 synonym
Range: Cretaceous, North America.

Lampsilis sandrius (Dall, 1913) (Tertiary)
1 synonym
Range: Pliocene, North America.

Lampsilis toxonotus (White, 1886) (Jurassic)
1 synonym
Range: Jurassic, North America.

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