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Tue 24 Mar 2020

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!

This page reports the specimens in the MUSSELpdb and provides a map if geocodes are known. The taxonomic history reports the record of different names and combinations that have been applied to this species (and its synonyms) since 2007.

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Bivalvia | Unionoida | Unionoidea | Unionidae | Ambleminae | Lampsilini | Lampsilis

species Lampsilis siliquoidea (Barnes, 1823): specimens
     13 nominal species as synonyms.

Taxonomic History

Lampsilis siliquoideaGraf & Cummings (2007), Manendo et al. (2008), Serb & Barnhart (2008), Cummings & Graf (2010), Bogan (2010), Boyer et al. (2011), Grobler et al. (2011), Breton et al. (2011), Haag (2012), McMurray et al. (2012), IUCN (2012), ITIS (2012), Szumowski et al. (2012), Krebs et al. (2013), Roe (2013), Chong et al. (2016), Jeffrey et al. (2017), Williams et al. (2017), Amaro et al. (2017), Chase et al. (2018), Chase et al. (2018), Metzger et al. (2018), Burlakova et al. (2019), Keogh & Simons (2019), Inoue et al. (2019), Hewitt et al. (2019)
Lampsilis radiata luteolaWatters et al. (2009)
Unio (s.s.) pictorumVinarski & Kantor (2016)

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.

Map of Georeferenced Specimens
species map


Canada

specimen
ANSP_70449

Michipicoton riv., Canada

specimen
USNM_133386

Michipicoton River, Ontario

 

USA

specimen
UMMZ_209208

L. Pepin, Lake City, Minnesota

specimen
MCZ_146978

Ohio

specimen
USNM_678303

Seneca Lake, New York

specimen
UMMZ_209200

Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin

   

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