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Wed 01 Jul 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 | Parreysiinae | Lamellidentini | Trapezidens

species Trapezidens dolichorhynchus (Tapparone Canefri, 1889): specimens
     8 nominal species as synonyms.

Taxonomic History

Lamellidens jenkinsianus sub sp.obesaRamakrishna & Dey (2007)
Lamellidens jenkinsianus obesaIUCN (2011)
Trapezidens obesa obesaBolotov et al. (2017), Huang et al. (2019)
Lamellidens savadiensisBolotov et al. (2017)
Trapezidens dolichorhynchusBolotov et al. (2018), Konopleva et al. (2020), Bolotov et al. (2020)

Range: Irrawaddy, Myanmar.

Map of Georeferenced Specimens
species map


India

specimen
UMMZ_110812

Silchar, Burma, India

specimen
UMMZ_110814

India

specimen
MCZ_17057

India

specimen
MCZ_17066

Brahmaputra, Assam

   

Myanmar

specimen
UMMZ_110813

Burma

specimen
USNM_250713

Pegu, India

specimen
UMMZ_110849

Prome, Viaggio en Birma

specimen
BMNH_1907-12-30-46

River Iriwadi, Birmah

specimen
USNM_172680

Burma

specimen
UMMZ_110826

Prome, Viaggio en Birma

specimen
SMF_3625

Chindwin-Fluss bei Kalewa [227 km NW von Mandalay], Ober-Birmah [Myanmar] [Myanmar Sagaing-Region]

specimen
ZMB_49636A

Chindwin Fl., bei Kalewa

 

ZMB_49636b Chindwin Fl., bei Kalewa

BMNH_99-6-21-6-9 Chindwin River, near Kalewa, Burma

ZMB_49639 Irawaddi, bei Yenangyoung


unknown

specimen
MCZ_MP_322

[no locality available - Asia]

   

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