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Thu 14 Feb 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 | Castaliini | Castalia

species Castalia nehringi (Ihering, 1891): specimens
     2 nominal species as synonyms.

Range: Upper Paraná in Brazil and Paraguay.

Map of Georeferenced Specimens
species map


Brazil

specimen
SMF_3787

Rio Piracicaba, S. Paulo, Brasilien

specimen
SMF_11731

Corredeira de Macuco, unterer [lower] Rio Tiete, Brasilien

specimen
SMF_11730

Rio Pardo, b. Uberaba, Brasilien

specimen
ZMB_101065

Rio Piracicaba, bei Piracicaba

specimen
SMF_11728

Rio Paraná, unt. [lower] d. Mund [mouth] d. Rio Tiete, Bras.

specimen
SMF_11729

Rio Grande, bei Uberaba, Brasilien

specimen
SMF_11727

Corredeira do Bacori, unt. [lower] Rio Tiete, Brasilien

specimen
CM_61.5119

Rio Tiete, Salto das Cruzes, Sao Paulo, Brazil

specimen
CM_61.5120

Rio Tiete, 25 mi above Itapura, Sao Paulo, Brazil

specimen
BMNH_91-4-13-116

Piracicaba, Sao Paulo, Brazil

specimen
USNM_348743

Brazil ?

specimen
SMF_11739

Piracicaba Fl., Brasilien, Staat Sao Paulo

specimen
MCZ_178389

Cachoeira Dourada, Est. Minas Gerias, Brazil

specimen
ZMB_38949

Piracicaba, Sudl. Brasilien

specimen
SMF_3788

Rio Piracicaba, S. Paulo, Brasilien

specimen
UMMZ_110910

Piracicaba, Sao Paulo, Brazil

specimen
UMMZ_110911

Rio Tiete, Salto des Cruzes, Sao Paulo, Brazil

specimen
ZMB_37664

Piracicaba, Sudl. Brasilien

specimen
MCZ_47047

Rio Tiete, Salto des Cruzes, Sao Paulo, Brazil

specimen
FMNH_29126

Rio Mogi-guassu, Cachoeira de Emas, Est. Saõ Paulo, Brazil

 

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