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Wed 15 May 2019

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 | Etherioidea | Mycetopodidae | Monocondylaeinae

genus Monocondylaea d’Orbigny, 1835: valid species

Monocondylaea corrientesensis (d’Orbigny, 1835)
7 synonyms | 62 specimens
Range: Uruguay and Paraná rivers, Rio São Francisco and coastal streams in southern Brazil; also in the Rio Guapore in the upper Amazon. [South America]
Other web site: ITIS.

Monocondylaea costulata (Moricand, 1858)
1 synonym | 1 specimen
Range: Upper Amazon, Brazil. [South America]
Other web site: ITIS.

Monocondylaea franciscana (Moricand, 1837)
3 synonyms | 14 specimens
Range: São Francisco Basin, Brazil. [South America]
Other web site: ITIS.

Monocondylaea guarayana (d’Orbigny, 1835)
1 synonym | 21 specimens
Range: Upper Amazon Basin, Bolivia and Paraguay. [South America]
Other web site: ITIS.

Monocondylaea jaspidea (Hupé, 1857)
1 synonym | 45 specimens
Range: Amazon Basin, Brazil. [South America]
Other web site: ITIS.

Monocondylaea minuana (d’Orbigny, 1835)
3 synonyms | 79 specimens
Range: Rio Uruguay, upper Paraná and coastal streams in Uruguay, South America. [South America]
Genbank sequences: COI.
Other web site: ITIS.

Monocondylaea paraguayana (d’Orbigny, 1835)
7 synonyms | 82 specimens
Range: Paraná System, Argentina to Brazil. [South America]
Other web site: ITIS.

Monocondylaea parchappii (d’Orbigny, 1835)
1 synonym | 28 specimens
Range: Paraná and adjacent coastal streams in Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina. [South America]
Other web site: ITIS.

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