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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!

The nominal species (available and otherwise) in this synonymy are listed by usage rather than strictly by publication date. The primary sorting order is by the most recent year (since 1969) that the species name was treated as valid, and then nominal species are sorted secondarily by publication year.

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species Paetulunio fabalis (Lea, 1831): synonymy
     2 specimens available.

Unio fabalis Lea, 1831
Lea, 1831, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc. 4 [O. 1]: 86, pl. 10, fig. 16.
Type(s): FIGURED SYNTYPE USNM_85270A, Ohio R.

Unio fabalisLea (1831), Jay (1835), Ferussac (1835), Hanley (1843), Sowerby (1866)
Unio lapillusConrad (1836), Küster (1852), Conrad (1853)
Margarita (Unio) fabalisLea (1836)
Micromya lapillusAgassiz (1852)
Margaron (Unio) fabalisLea (1852), Lea (1870)
Unio (Hyridella) fabalisAdams & Adams (1857)
Unio (Limnium sec. Micromya) fabalisFischer (1886)
Micromya fabalisSimpson (1900), Ortmann (1910), Simpson (1914), Ortmann (1924), Ortmann (1925), Haas (1969)
Unio (s.s.) fabalisCall (1900)
Eurynia (Micromya) fabalisOrtmann (1912)
Lemiox fabalisFrierson (1927), Haas (1969)
Ligumia (Micromya) fabalisThiele (1934)
Villosa fabalisBurch (1975), Mackie et al. (1980), R.I. Johnson (1980), Turgeon et al. (1988), Cummings & Mayer (1992), Williams et al. (1993), Strayer & Jirka (1997), Parmalee & Bogan (1998), Turgeon et al. (1998), Lydeard et al. (1999), Graf (2002), Cicerello & Schuster (2003), Zanatta & Murphy (2006), Graf & Cummings (2007), Williams et al. (2008), Watters et al. (2009), Cummings & Graf (2010), Bogan (2010), Haag (2012), IUCN (2012), ITIS (2012), Campbell & Lydeard (2012), Inoue et al. (2013), Julian et al. (2014), Jones (2015), Lane et al. (2016), Williams et al. (2017)
Paetulunio fabalisWatters (2018)

Unio capillus Say, 1831
Say, 1831, Transylvania J. Med. Assoc. Sci. 4: 528.
(renamed Unio lapillus Say, 1831)

Unio capillusSay (1831)
Margarita (Unio) fabalisLea (1836)
Margaron (Unio) fabalisLea (1852), Lea (1870)
Micromya fabalisSimpson (1900), Simpson (1914)
Lemiox fabalisFrierson (1927), Haas (1969)
Villosa fabalisParmalee & Bogan (1998), Williams et al. (2008), Watters et al. (2009), IUCN (2012)
Paetulunio fabalisWatters (2018)

Unio lapillus Say, 1831
Say, 1831, Transylvania J. Med. Assoc. Sci. 4: 528.
Say, 1832, Amer. Conch. 5: pl. 41.
(new name for Unio capillus Say, 1831)

Unio lapillusSay (1831), Conrad (1836), Küster (1852), Conrad (1853)
Unio fabalisFerussac (1835)
Margarita (Unio) fabalisLea (1836)
Micromya lapillusAgassiz (1852)
Margaron (Unio) fabalisLea (1852), Lea (1870)
Micromya fabalisSimpson (1900), Simpson (1914)
Unio (s.s.) fabalisCall (1900)
Lemiox fabalisFrierson (1927), Haas (1969)
Villosa fabalisParmalee & Bogan (1998), Williams et al. (2008), Watters et al. (2009), IUCN (2012)
Paetulunio fabalisWatters (2018)

Unio donacopsis de Gregorio, 1914
de Gregorio, 1914, Il Nat. Siciliano 2: 60, pl. 10 figs. 5a-d.

Unio donacopsisde Gregorio (1914)
Villosa fabalisParmalee & Bogan (1998), Williams et al. (2008), Watters et al. (2009), IUCN (2012)
Paetulunio fabalisWatters (2018)

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