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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 Kil (1976), 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

Kil, B.S. 1976. Ecological studies on the bivalves of fresh-water in Korea. Distribution and morphological variation. Korean Journal of Limnology 9(3-4): 29-38.

Attributed Genus Names

Limnoperma Kil, 1976
Kil, 1976, Korean J. Limnol. 9(3-4): 29, Table 1.
(error for Limnoperna Rochebrune, 1881)
Type species: Dreissena siamensis Morelet, 1866 () = Limnoperna fortunei

Attributed Species Names

Lanceolaria acrorhyncha Haas, 1911
‘von Martens’ of Authors.
Haas, 1911, Conch. Cab. 9 (pt. 2, h. 43): 61.
Simpson, 1914, Descr. Cat. Naiades: 956.
Haas, 1969, Das Tierreich 88: 67.
Kil, 1976, Korean J. Limnol. 9(3-4): 29.
Habe, 1977, Mollusc. Japan: 115.
Park & Kwon, 1993, Korean J. Malac. 9(1): 46.
Kondo, 2008, Spec. Publ. Malac. Soc. Japan (3): 27.
(error for Unio acrorrhynchus Martens, 1894)

Corbicula felnouilliana Kil, 1976
Kil, 1976, Korean J. Limnol. 9(3-4): 29.
(error for Corbicula fenouilliana Heude, 1887)

Limnoperma [sic] lucustris Kil, 1976
Kil, 1976, Korean J. Limnol. 9(3-4): 29.
(error for Modiola lacustris Martens, 1875)

Taxonomic Opinions

Anodonta woodiana

Corbicula fenouilliana

Corbicula fluminea

Cristaria plicata

Lamprotula coreana

Lamprotula gottschei

Lanceolaria acrorhyncha [sic]

Limnoperma [sic] lucustris [sic]

Solenaia triangularis

Unio douglasiae

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