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Page last updated
Thu 04 Apr 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 | Unionoidea | Unionidae | Ambleminae | Pleurobemini | Elliptio

species Elliptio icterina (Conrad, 1834): specimens
     39 nominal species as synonyms.

Range: Southern Atlantic Slope, from Georgia north to Virginia, USA.

Map of Georeferenced Specimens
species map


USA

specimen
USNM_85536

Livingston Cr., Brunswick Co., N.C.

specimen
USNM_86001

Gaston Co., N.C.

specimen
USNM_85541

Tobesaufkee Cr., near Macon, Ga.

specimen
USNM_86010

Abbeville District, S.C.

specimen
USNM_86013

Abbeville District, S.C.

specimen
USNM_86014

Buckhead Cr., Burke Co., Ga.

specimen
USNM_85546

Buckhead Cr., Burke Co., Georgia

specimen
USNM_85551

Buckhead Cr., Burke Co., Georgia

specimen
USNM_85561

Buckhead Cr., Burke Co., Georgia

specimen
USNM_85559

Salkehatchie R., S. Carolina

specimen
USNM_85634

Santee Canal, S. Carolina

specimen
USNM_85638

Hopeton, near Darien, Georgia

specimen
USNM_85646

Buckhead Cr., Burke Co., Georgia

specimen
USNM_85650

Congaree R., S.C.

specimen
USNM_85652

Ogeechee R., Liberty Co., Ga

specimen
USNM_85653

Buckhead Cr., Burke Co., Georgia

specimen
USNM_85657

near Savannah, Georgia

specimen
USNM_85669

Abbeville District, S. Carolina

specimen
USNM_85242

Livingston Cr., Brunswick Co., N.C.

specimen
ANSP_41370

So. Carolina

specimen
ANSP_41381

muddy shore, Savannah River, opposite Augusta [Richmond Co.], Georgia

specimen
USNM_85901

Little Ocmulgee R., Lumber City, Georgia

specimen
USNM_85077

Catawba R., Gaston Co., N Carolina

 

Page updated: 11:11:55 Thu 04 Apr 2019

 
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