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Page last updated
Wed 05 Jun 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!

This page reports the specimens in the MUSSELpdb and provides a map if geocodes are known.

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Bivalvia | Unionoida | Hyrioidea | Hyriidae | Hyriinae | Hyridellini | Hyridella

species Hyridella narracanensis (Cotton & Gabriel, 1932): specimens
     4 nominal species as synonyms.

Range: Victoria, Southern Australia and Tasmania, eastern Australia.

Map of Georeferenced Specimens
species map


Australia

specimen
UMMZ_111904

Tazmania

specimen
BMNH_MP_026

Canning River, Western Australia

specimen
BMNH_MP_065

Derwent River, V.D. Land

specimen
AMS_62025

Erskine R at Lorne, Victoria, Australia [-38.55, 143.967 ± 1 km]

specimen
AMS_57941

Narracan Ck at Thorpdale, Victoria, Australia [-38.3, 146.217 ± 10 km]

specimen
AMS_62019

Birregurra, Victoria, Australia [-38.333, 143.783 ± 1 km]

specimen
AMS_302562

Darlot Ck just S. of Ettric (In roots, on weed, on mud), Victoria, Australia [-38.153, 141.768 ± 100 m]

specimen
AMS_62024

South Esk R, under Ben Lomond Mts, Tasmania, Australia [-41.633, 147.933 ± 10 km]

specimen
AMS_407813

Sheoak Falls, along track, off Great Ocean Rd, S of Lorne (In weeds), Victoria, Australia [-38.638, 143.965 ± 100 m]

specimen
FMNH_220737

Moran River, 25.6 km SSW Mitchell R. Hmstd., NW Kimberly, Western Australia; 15°20’30”S, 125°42’05”E

specimen
MCZ_66486

Northern Tasmania

specimen
UMMZ_111819

Tasmania, Australia

specimen
AMS_62026

Gippsland, Victoria

   

AMS_405628 Hopping Joe Ck, at Rd bridge, Cann Valley Hwy (In root mats, weed in shallow pools), New South Wales, Australia [-37.214, 149.318 ± 1 km]

UMMZ_111893_02 Tasmania, Australia

Page updated: 14:20:57 Wed 05 Jun 2019

 
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