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Unionoida cum Grano Salis

Family MYCETOPODIDAE

Global Diversity of the Mycetopodidae. The orange wedge of the pie depicts the relative species diversity of the family (36 of 842).
Global Diversity of the Mycetopodidae. The orange wedge of the pie depicts the relative species diversity of the family (53 of 887).

Family MYCETOPODIDAE

Subfamily MYCETOPODINAE
Subfamily ANODONTITINAE
Subfamily LEILINAE
Subfamily MONOCONDYLAEINAE

The family Mycetopodidae (53 spp.) is endemic to Neotropica. The family is divided among four subfamilies, the systematics of which have not been comprehensively addressed phylogenetically.

Superfamily ETHERIOIDEA Deshayes, 1830
Family MYCETOPODIDAE Gray, 1840
Subfamily MYCETOPODINAE s.s.

Mycetopoda d’Orbigny, 1835

Mycetopoda

  1. M. soleniformis d’Orbigny, 1835
  2. M. legumen (Martens, 1888)
  3. M. pittieri Marshall, 1927
  4. M. siliquosa (Spix & Wagner, 1827)
Mycetopodella Marshall, 1927
  1. M. falcata (Higgins, 1868)

Subfamily ANODONTITINAE Modell, 1942

Anodontites Bruguière, 1792

Anodontites

  1. A. crispata Bruguière, 1792
  2. A. aroana H.B. Baker, 1930
  3. A. carinata (Dunker, 1858)
  4. A. colombiensis Marshall, 1922
  5. A. cylindracea (Lea, 1838)
  6. A. depexus (Martens, 1900)
  7. A. elongata (Swainson, 1823)
  8. A. ferrarisii (d’Orbigny, 1835)
  9. A. guanarensis Marshall, 1927
  10. A. iheringi (Clessin, 1882)
  11. A. inaequivalva (Lea, 1868)
  12. A. infossus H.B. Baker, 1930
  13. A. leotaudi (Guppy, 1864)
  14. A. lucida (d’Orbigny, 1835)
  15. A. moricandii (Lea, 1860)
  16. A. obtusa (Spix & Wagner, 1827)
  17. A. patagonica (Lamarck, 1819)
  18. A. pittieri Marshall, 1922
  19. A. schomburgianus (Sowerby, 1870)
  20. A. solenidea (Sowerby, 1867)
  21. A. tehuantepecensis (Crosse & Fischer, 1893)
  22. A. tenebricosa (Lea, 1834)
  23. A. tortilis (Lea, 1852)
  24. A. trapesialis (Lamarck, 1819)
  25. A. trapezea (Spix & Wagner, 1827)
  26. A. trigona (Spix & Wagner, 1827)
Lamproscapha Swainson, 1840

Lamproscapha

  1. L. ensiformis (Spix & Wagner, 1827)
  2. L. falsa (Simpson, 1900)

Subfamily LEILINAE Morretes, 1949

LeilaLeila Gray, 1840
  1. L. esula (d’Orbigny, 1835)
  2. L. blainvilliana (Lea, 1834)

Subfamily MONOCONDYLAEINAE Modell, 1942

Monocondylaea d’Orbigny, 1835

Monocondylaea

  1. M. paraguayana (d’Orbigny, 1835)
  2. M. corrientesensis (d’Orbigny, 1835)
  3. M. costulata (Moricand, 1858)
  4. M. franciscana (Moricand, 1837)
  5. M. guarayana (d'Orbigny, 1835)
  6. M. jaspidea (Hupé, 1857)
  7. M. minuana (d’Orbigny, 1835)
  8. M. parchappii (d’Orbigny, 1835)
Diplodontites Marshall, 1922

Diplodontites

  1. D. cookei Marshall, 1922
  2. D. olssoni Pilsbry, 1933
  3. D. pilsbryana Olsson & Wurtz, 1951
Fossula Lea, 1870

Fossula

  1. F. fossiculifera (d’Orbigny, 1835)
Haasica Strand, 1932
  1. H. balzani (von Ihering, 1893)
Iheringella Pilsbry, 1893

Iheringella

  1. I. isocardioides (Lea, 1856)
  2. I. semisulcata (H. Adams, 1870)
Tamsiella Haas, 1931

Tamsiella

  1. T. tamsiana (Dunker, 1858)
  2. T. amazonica Bonetto, 1972
  3. T. schroeteriana (Lea, 1852)
 
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