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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!

This page lists the nominal species (available and otherwise) currently circumscribed under the valid name.

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species Castalia multisulcata Hupé, 1857: synonymy
     6 specimens available.

Castalia multisulcata Hupé, 1857
Hupé, 1857, [in] Castelnau, Amim. Nouv. Rares d’Amer. Sud: 75, pl. 14, fig. 4.
Type(s): SYNTYPES MNHN_MP_0285, Rio Mondego, (Bresil).

Castalia multisulcataHupé (1857), Haas (1931), Morretes (1949), Haas (1969), Mansur (1991), Mansur & Valer (1992), Ramírez et al. (2003), Simone (2006), Graf & Cummings (2007), Lasso et al. (2009), Bogan (2010), Pereira et al. (2014)
Castalia multicostataSowerby (1869)
Margaron (Prisodon) truncatusLea (1870)
Tetraplodon multisulcatusSimpson (1900), Ihering (1910), Simpson (1914)
Castalia (s.s.) ambigua multisulcataModell (1950)
Castalia ambigua multisulcataBonetto (1965)

Unio ambigua Blainville, 1825
Blainville, 1825, Manuel Malacol. et Conch.: 539, pl. 67, fig. 4.
(misidentified reference to Castalia ambigua Lamarck, 1819)

Unio ambiguaBlainville (1825)
Margarita (Unio) ambiguusLea (1836)
Margaron (Prisodon) truncatusLea (1852), Lea (1870)
Tetraplodon multisulcatusSimpson (1914)

Castalia multicostata Sowerby, 1869
‘Hupé’ Sowerby, 1869, Conch. Icon. 17: pl. 2, sp. 9, figs. 9a-b.
(error for Castalia multisulcata Hupé, 1857)

Castalia multicostataSowerby (1869)
Tetraplodon multisulcatusSimpson (1900), Ihering (1910), Simpson (1914)
Castalia (s.s.) ambigua multisulcataModell (1950)
Castalia multisulcataRamírez et al. (2003), Simone (2006)

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