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Fri 02 Oct 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 | Popenaiadini | Popenaias

species Popenaias popeii (Lea, 1857): specimens
     1 nominal species as synonyms.

Taxonomic History

Popenaias popeiiGraf & Cummings (2007), Chapman et al. (2008), Chapman et al. (2008), Cummings & Graf (2010), Bogan (2010), Campbell & Lydeard (2012), Burlakova et al. (2012), Inoue et al. (2013), Inoue et al. (2015), Williams et al. (2017), Inoue et al. (2018), Pfeiffer et al. (2019), Smith et al. (2019), Pfeiffer et al. (2019), Burlakova et al. (2019), Inoue et al. (2020), Smith et al. (2020)
Popenaias popeiHaag (2012), ITIS (2012)

Range: Endemic to the Rio Grande, USA and Mexico.

Map of Georeferenced Specimens
species map


Mexico

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USNM_533951

Canon Espantoso, S of San Vicente, near Cuatro Cienegas, Coahuila, Mexico

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USNM_85895B

Rio Salado, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

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USNM_1283220

Rio Salado, 8 km southwest of Progresso, Coahuila, Mexico

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INHS_29013

Rio Sabinas, W of Rio Villa de San Juan on Hwy. 20, Coahuila, Mexico

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USNM_120920

Rio Salado, near Leon, Mexico

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USNM_85895

Rio Salado, near Leon, Mexico

UTEP_4857 Rio Salado, 8 miles (directly) SE of Anahuac, where roadfrom Anahuac-La Gloria Road to Ejido Nuevo Anaahuac crosses road

UTEP_4859 Rio Salado, at low water bridge in W part of Anahuac, ca. 1/8 miles W of new high bridge on highway to Lampazos

UTEP_4843 Rio Salado, ca. 0.5 miles E of Presa (= Dam) Don Martin at vado (ford) to small village on south bank

UTEP_15124 Rio San Fernando (= Rio Conchos), in town of San Fernando, on Mexico Highway 101/180

UTEP_4827 Rio San Juan in north part of General Bravo, ca. 6 village blocks north and 1/8 miles W of junction of Mexico Highway 40 and road (paved) to Aldamas and Doctor Coss

UTEP_4850 Salado River, 18.3 miles NW (by road) NW of junction of Anahuac Road with Mexico Highway 85 at La Gloria (= 14 miles SE of village of Analhuac), S side of road

UTEP_4831 bank sediments of Rio San Juan, ca. 1.5 miles NE of 1674 China on N side of Mexico Highway 40, immediately NE of customs station and immediately below low water dam in Rio San Juan


USA

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MCZ_295007

Las Moras Creek, [Fort Clark] Kinney Co., Texas

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UF_269336

Kinney Co., Texas

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ANSP_341891

Devils River, Comstock, Val Verde Co., Texas

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ANSP_346884

Pecos River, at bridge approx. 5 mi S Pandale, Val Verde Co., Texas

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ANSP_85268

Pecos River, Val Verde Co., Texas

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ANSP_91432

North Spring River, Roswell, N.M.

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USNM_168765

North Spring River, Roswell, New Mexico, Pecos Valley, Alt. 3375 ft.

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USNM_487417

Pecos River, Eddy County, T23S, R28E, sec. 24, New Mexico

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USNM_592723

Pecos River, Malaga Bend, Eddy County, New Mexico

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USNM_758208

Pecos River, under Bataan Bridge, Carlsbad, Eddy County, New Mexico

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NCSM_35330

North America, Rio Grande Basin/Pecos R., United States, New Mexico, Eddy Co. Black River, found through a 7 km. reach between Black River Village and Carlsbad Irrigation District Dam, [point estimated at center of Black River Village ro 4.5 air miles NE center Black River Village, [Bond Draw and Black River Village Quads.] Lat/Long: Start:32.20196° N, 104.2506°W; End: 32.82084° N, 104.1958°W

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USNM_118394

Devils River, Texas

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USNM_01

Las Moras Creek, Fort Clark, Kinney Co., Texas

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USNM_130175

Las Moras Creek, Fort Clark, Kinney Co., Texas

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USNM_151538

Las Moras Creek, Fort Clark, Kinney Co., Texas

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USNM_252546

Devils River, Texas

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USNM_464728

Devils River, Val Verde Co., Texas

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USNM_464732

Pecos River, near Barstow, Ward Co., Texas

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USNM_709228

Pecos River, about 5 mi SW Pandale and 0.3 mi n Bed Rock Crossing on road from Pandale to Langtry, Val Verde Co., Texas

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USNM_25735

Devils River, Texas

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USNM_308943

Las Moras Creek, Fort Clark, Kinney Co., Texas

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NCSM_45778

North America, Rio Grand Basin/Pecos R. United States, New Mexico, Eddy Co. Black River ca. 0.8 air miles north of and 1.9 air miles downstream (east of ) John D. Forehand (Old Covern) Road crossing, Davis Ranch. [1.01 air miles SW center Harkeys Crossing], [Bond Draw Quad]. T.24 R.27E S.08 NW or SE 32.2204° N, 104.2104° W

   

UTEP_6960 0.8 mi NNE of mouth of Hackberry Draw, 0.95 mi NE of abandoned bridge over Pecos River

UTEP_7088 Black River, 1 mile upstream from Hailey crossing

DMNH_150200 Devils River, E side at Rt.90, Val Verde County, Texas

UMMZ_94745 Devils River, Texas

UT_115286-87 Devils River, Texas

USNM_1282598 Devils River, Val Verde County, Texas old High Bridge on US 90

UTEP_3620 E bank of Pecos River, 3 mi. SW of Grandfalls, on N side of TX hwy 18

UTEP_4667 Eagle Pass, 0.15 miles upstream from International Bridge

UF_438742 Kinney Co., Texas

UTEP_3598 New Mexico: 0.125 miles E (downstream) of Power Dam, ca. 6 miles ESE of Carlsbad 1973/0/11

UTEP_4593 New Mexico: Bank of Pecos River below Harroun Dam, 0.25 miles N of State Highway 31 1975/09/20 [32.318498 -104.057938]

UTEP_3585 New Mexico: Banks and bed of Pecos River, below Harroun Crossing, 0.25 miles N of NM Highway 31, S to railroad bridge 1973/07/09

UTEP_3586 New Mexico: Black River, 0.25 miles S and 0.25 miles N of Harkey Crossing 1973/07/10 & 1975/09/19 [32.235659 -104.197097]

UTEP_3587 New Mexico: N and S of Malaga Bend Road, on W side of Pecos River bridge at Pierce Crossing 1973/07/10

UTEP_1984 New Mexico: Pecos River, ca. 3 miles SW of Carlsbad, gravel bar below low-water dam 1970-11-28 [32.407761, -104.180629]

UTEP_3595 New Mexico: Pecos River, immediately N of Harroun Crossing Bridge 1973/07/10

UTEP_3408 New Mexico: Rio Felix, at top of N bank 1973/04/22

UTEP_3593 New Mexico: S of Pecos River in quarry and westward, most specimens near bridge just below Fishing Rock 1973/07/10

UTEP_7085 Pecos River at 10 mile damn (New Mexico Highway 31 Crossing)

UTEP_7083 Pecos River at Pierce Canyon Crossing

UTEP_15079 Pecos River at bridge on New Mexico Highway 31, ca. 3 mi ENE of Loving, E bank of river N of bridge

UTEP_1985 Pecos River below Red Bluff Dam

UTEP_3389 Pecos River, 0.3 mi n Bed Rock Crossing on road from Pandale to Langtry, Val Verde Co., Texas

UT_5628 Pecos River, Pecos City, Reeves Co., Texas

UTEP_867 Pecos River, Val Verde Co., Texas

UTEP_7082 Pecos River, at Malaga Bend Crossing

UTEP_7087 Pecos River, at Pierce Canyon crossing on plain above river, about 300 miles from the water

UMMZ_172003 Pecos River, under Bataan Bridge, Carlsbad, Eddy County, New Mexico

UTEP_2522 Rio Grande, 6 mi W of Del Rio, Val Verde Co., Texas

UTEP_4683 Rio Grande, 6 mi W of Del Rio, Val Verde Co., Texas

UTEP_4661 Rio Grande, Chapeno gaging station

UTEP_4864 Rio Grande, Chapeno gaging station

INHS_29012 South Concho River, Christoval, Tom Green Co., Texas. 31.1873, -100.4998

UTEP_2250 Texas: bank of Pecos River, 1.5 mi. SW of Mentone, then 0.5 miles NW on paved road 1971-03-07 31.689, -103.6205

UTEP_7112 banks of Black River, ca. 0.5 miles NW of Harkey Crossing

UTEP_5992 below McMillan Dam, in bed of Pecos River

Page updated: 14:30:17 Fri 02 Oct 2020

 
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