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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 Nuttall (1990), 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

Nuttall, C.P. 1990. Review of the Caenozoic heterodont bivalve superfamily Dreissenacea. Palaeontology 33(3): 707-737.

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Attributed Species Names

Mytilopsis leucophaetus Nuttall, 1990
Nuttall, 1990, Palaeontology 33(3): 716.
Breure et al., 2022, Iberus 40(1): 239 [as ‘Mytilus leuophaetus’].
(error for Mytilus leucophaeatus Conrad, 1831)

Taxonomic Opinions

Congeria rhomboidea M. Hörnes

Congeria subglobosa Partsch

Dreissena (Modiolodreissena) theodori Andrusov (1893)

Dreissena (Pontodreissena) rostriformis Deshayes, 1838

Dreissena (s.s.) polymorpha (Pallas)

Dreissenomya (Sinucongeria) aperta (Deshayes, 1838)

Dreissenomya (Sinucongeria) arcuata (Fuchs)

Dreissenomya (s.s.) schroeckingeri (Fuchs, 1870)

Mytilopsis africanus (Van Beneden, 1835)

Mytilopsis amygdaloides (Dunker, 1848)

Mytilopsis basteroti (Deshayes, 1836)

Mytilopsis chonioides (Cossmann)

Mytilopsis curvirostris (Cossmann)

Mytilopsis eocenica (Oppenheim, 1891)

Mytilopsis leucophaetus [sic] (Conrad, 1831)

Mytilopsis modiolopsis (Andrusov, 1897)

Mytilopsis sallei (Recluz, 1849)

Mytilopsis scripta (Conrad, 1874)

Mytilopsis sowerbyi d’Orbigny (1850)

Mytilopsis spathulata (Partsch)

Mytilopsis triangularis (Partsch)

Prodreissensia euchroma (Oppenheim, 1891)

Prodreissensia perrandoi Rovereto

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