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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 nominal generic synonyms are listed. The taxonomic history (since 1900) at the bottom of the page lists the genera to which all of the currently included species have been classified.

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genus Megalonaias Utterback, 1915: nominal genera
     2 valid species

Magnonaias Utterback, 1915
Utterback, 1915, Amer. Midl. Nat. 4(3): 47.
Utterback, 1916, Amer. Midl. Nat. 4(7): 7.
(incorrect original spelling of Megalonaias Utterback, 1915)
Type species: Unio heros Say, 1829 (original designation) = Megalonaias nervosa

Megalonaias Utterback, 1915
Utterback, 1915, Amer. Midl. Nat. 4(4): 123.
Utterback, 1916, Amer. Midl. Nat. 4(7): 43.
(correct name for Magnonaias Utterback, 1915)

Taxonomic History (since 1900)

Quadrula (sec. Crenodonta)Simpson (1900), Simpson (1914)
Simpson (1900), Simpson (1914), de Gregorio (1914), Burch (1975)
Unio (Crenodonta)Martens (1900)
Unio (s.s.)Call (1900)
QuadrulaSimpson (1900), Ortmann (1909), Pilsbry (1910)
CrenodontaOrtmann (1912), Haas (1929), Clench & Turner (1956)
MegalonaiasUtterback (1915), Ortmann & Walker (1922), Ortmann (1923), Ortmann (1924), ..., Huang et al. (2019), Pfeiffer et al. (2019), Lopes-Lima et al. (2019), Graf & Cummings (2021)
TruncillaOrtmann & Walker (1922)
Amblema (s.s.)Frierson (1927)
Amblema (Megalonaias)Frierson (1927), Haas (1930)
Lampsilis (Ligumia)Frierson (1927)
Amblema (sec. Megalonaias)Thiele (1934)
AmblemaGoodrich & van der Schalie (1937), Davis & Fuller (1981), Vidrine (1993)
LigumiaHaas (1969)
TritogoniaITIS (2012)
M.Marshall et al. (2018)

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