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The Freshwater Mussels (Unionoida) of the World (and other less consequential bivalves)

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This page documents data for Martinez et al. (2004), such as genera and species attributed to that publication (including known misspellings, misidentifications, and other unavailable names) as well as taxonomic opinions, if available. Taxonomic opinions refer to uses of genera and species as valid and invalid in that work.

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Publication information

Martinez, E.R., M.A. Cabrera & C.A. Lasso. 2004. Moluscos bivalvos (Unionacea y Mutelacea) de la cuenca del río Orinoco, Venezuela. Memoria de la Fundación La Salle de Ciencias Naturales 159-160: 283-303.

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Attributed Species Names

Anodontites schombergianus Frierson, 1927
‘Sowerby’ of Authors.
Frierson, 1927, Check List N. Amer. Naiades: 97.
Martinez et al., 2004, Mem. Fund. La Salle Cienc. Nat. 159-160: 294.
Lasso et al., 2009, Biota Colombiana 10(1-2): 72.
(error for Anodon schomburgianus Sowerby, 1870)

Anodontites (Lamproscapha) ensiformes Martinez et al., 2004
‘Spix’ Martinez et al., 2004, Mem. Fund. La Salle Cienc. Nat. 159-160: 293.
(error for Anodon ensiformis Wagner, 1827)

Taxonomic Opinions

Anodontites (Lamproscapha) ensiformes [sic] (Spix, 1827)

Anodontites guanarensis Marshall, 1928

Anodontites pittieri Marshall, 1922

Anodontites schombergianus [sic] Sowerby, 1870

Anodontites trapesialis Lamarck, 1819

Anodontites trigona (Spix, 1827)

Castalia ambigua ambigua Lamarck, 1819

Castalia orinocensis Morrison, 1943

Castalia schombergiana Sowerby, 1869

Diplodon (s.s.) granosus Bruguière, 1792

Diplodon (s.s.) losadae Haas, 1819 [sic]

Mycetopoda pittieri Marshall, 1919 [sic]

Paxyodon syrmatophora Meuschen, 1781

Tamsiella tamsiana (Dunker, 1895) [sic]

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