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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.

The taxonomic history of the valid species (since 1900) is listed at the bottom of the page.

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Unionoidea | Unionidae | Unioninae | Anodontini | Alasmidontina | Anodontoides

species Anodontoides denigratus (Lea, 1852): nominal species
     3 specimens available.

Anodonta denigrata Lea, 1852
Lea, 1852, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc. 10 [O. 5]: 285, pl. 25, fig. 45.
Lea, 1852, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc. 5: 252. [nomen nudum]
Type(s): HOLOTYPE USNM_86535, Campbell Co., Tenn.

Anodonta denigrataLea (1852), Conrad (1853), Hanley (1856), Adams & Adams (1857), B.H. Wright (1888)
Margaron (Anodonta) denigrataLea (1852), Lea (1870)
Anodontoides ferussacianusSimpson (1900), Simpson (1914), Ortmann (1918), Parmalee & Bogan (1998)
Anodonta (Anodontoides) ferussacianaFrierson (1927)
Anodontoides ferussacianus ferussacianusHaas (1969)
Anodontoides denigrataCicerello & Schuster (2003), Bogan (2010), Williams et al. (2014), Williams et al. (2017)
Anodontoides argenteusBogan & Raley (2013)
Anodontoides ferussacianus cf. denigrataSmith et al. (2018)
Anodontoides denigratusGraf & Cummings (2021), Lopes-Lima et al. (2021)

Anodonta argentea Lea, 1840
Lea, 1840, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc. 1: 289.
Lea, 1842, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc. 8 [O. 3]: 223, pl. 19, fig. 41.
Type(s): HOLOTYPE USNM_86538, Stones R., Tenn.

Anodonta argenteaLea (1840), Hanley (1856), Adams & Adams (1857), B.H. Wright (1888)
Margaron (Anodonta) argenteaLea (1852), Lea (1870)
Strophitus argenteaConrad (1853)
Anodontoides ferussacianusSimpson (1900), Simpson (1914), Parmalee & Bogan (1998), Watters et al. (2009)
Anodonta (Anodontoides) ferussacianaFrierson (1927)
Anodontoides ferussacianus ferussacianusHaas (1969)
Anodontoides argenteusBogan & Raley (2013)

Anodon plicatus Haldeman, 1842
Haldeman, 1842, Jour. Acad. Nat. Sci. 8: 202.

Anodon plicatusHaldeman (1842)
Anodonta plicataConrad (1853), B.H. Wright (1888)
Margaron (Anodonta) plicataLea (1870)
Anodontoides ferussacianusSimpson (1900), Simpson (1914), Parmalee & Bogan (1998), Watters et al. (2009)
Anodonta (Anodontoides) ferussacianaFrierson (1927)
Anodontoides ferussacianus ferussacianusHaas (1969)
Anodontoides argenteusBogan & Raley (2013)

Anodonta oblita Lea, 1852
Lea, 1852, Trans. Amer. Phil. Soc. 10 [O. 5]: 290, pl. 28. fig. 52.
Lea, 1852, Proc. Amer. Phil. Soc. 5: 252. [nomen nudum]
Type(s): HOLOTYPE USNM_86536, Campbell Co., Tenn.

Anodonta oblitaLea (1852), Conrad (1853), Hanley (1856), Adams & Adams (1857), Lewis (1871), B.H. Wright (1888)
Margaron (Anodonta) oblitaLea (1852), Lea (1870)
Anodon burroughianusSowerby (1870)
Anodontoides ferussacianusSimpson (1900), Simpson (1914), Ortmann (1918), Parmalee & Bogan (1998), Watters et al. (2009)
Anodonta (Anodontoides) ferussacianaFrierson (1927)
Anodontoides ferussacianus ferussacianusHaas (1969)
Anodontoides argenteusBogan & Raley (2013)

Taxonomic History (since 1900)

Anodontoides ferussacianusSimpson (1900), Simpson (1914), Ortmann (1918), Parmalee & Bogan (1998), Watters et al. (2009)
Anodonta (Anodontoides) ferussacianaFrierson (1927)
Anodontoides ferussacianus ferussacianusHaas (1969)
Anodontoides denigrataCicerello & Schuster (2003), Bogan (2010), Williams et al. (2014), Williams et al. (2017)
Anodontoides argenteusBogan & Raley (2013)
Anodontoides ferussacianus cf. denigrataSmith et al. (2018)
Anodontoides denigratusGraf & Cummings (2021), Lopes-Lima et al. (2021)

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