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Mon 10 Feb 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 lists the nominal species (available and otherwise) currently circumscribed under the valid name.

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Bivalvia | Myoida | Corbulidae | Potamocorbula

species Potamocorbula amurensis (Schrenck, 1861): synonymy

Corbula amurensis Schrenck, 1861
Schrenck, 1861, unknown publication: ??.

Corbula amurensisSchrenck (1861), Geda et al. (2018)
Aloidis (s.s.) amurensisZhadin (1965)
Potamocorbula amurensisCarlton et al. (1990), Starobogatov et al. (2004), Huber (2010), Kantor et al. (2010), WoRMS (2011), Graf (2013)

Corbula amplexa Adams, 1862
Adams, 1862, unknown publication: ??.

Corbula amplexaAdams (1862)
Potamocorbula amurensisKantor et al. (2010), WoRMS (2011)

Corbula frequens Yokoyama, 1922
Yokoyama, 1922, unknown publication: ??.

Corbula frequensYokoyama (1922)
Potamocorbula amurensisKantor et al. (2010), WoRMS (2011)

Corbula pustulosa Yokoyama, 1922
Yokoyama, 1922, unknown publication: ??.

Corbula pustulosaYokoyama (1922)
Potamocorbula amurensisKantor et al. (2010), WoRMS (2011)

Corbula sematensis Yokoyama, 1922
Yokoyama, 1922, unknown publication: ??.

Corbula sematensisYokoyama (1922)
Potamocorbula amurensisKantor et al. (2010), WoRMS (2011)

Corbula vladivostokensis Bartsch, 1929
Bartsch, 1929, unknown publication: ??.

Corbula vladivostokensisBartsch (1929)
Potamocorbula amurensisKantor et al. (2010), WoRMS (2011)

Potamocorbula amurensis takatuayamaensis Ando, 1965
Ando, 1965, unknown publication: ??.
(intro'd as intra-sp. of Corbula amurensis Schrenck, 1861)

Potamocorbula amurensis takatuayamaensisAndo (1965)
Potamocorbula amurensisWoRMS (2011)

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