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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 Ng et al. (2016), 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

Ng, T.H., S.K. Tan, W.H. Wong, R. Meier, S.-Y. Chan et al. 2016. Molluscs for sale: Assessment of freshwater gastropods and bivalves in the ornamental pet trade. PLoS One 11(8), e0161130: 1-23.

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Attributed Species Names

Hyriopsis bialatus Brandt, 1974
‘Simpson’ of Authors.
Brandt, 1974, Arch. Moll. 105: 272, pl. 21, fig. 36.
Ng et al., 2016, PLoS One 11(8), e0161130: 5, Table S2.
Muanta et al., 2019, J. Moll. Studies 85(2): 225.
(misidentified reference to Hyriopsis bialatus Simpson, 1900)

Scabies crispata Pfeiffer & Graf, 2015
‘Gould’ of Authors.
Pfeiffer & Graf, 2015, Zool. J. Linn. Soc. 175(2): [4].
Ng et al., 2016, PLoS One 11(8), e0161130: [5].
Bolotov et al., 2017, Sci. Repts. 7: [6], Table S1 [as ‘Scabies aff. crispata’].
Konopleva et al., 2017, Systemat. Biodiv. 15(3): 207.
(misidentified reference to Unio crispata Gould, 1843)
Type(s): SEQUENCED SPECIMEN UMMZ_304646, Beung Dang Teuk Leach Community Fishery Pursat Province, Cambodia.

Pilsbryoconcha exilis Pfeiffer & Graf, 2015
‘Lea’ of Authors.
Pfeiffer & Graf, 2015, Zool. J. Linn. Soc. 175(2): 310.
Ng et al., 2016, PLoS One 11(8), e0161130: [5]. [in part]
Bolotov et al., 2017, Sci. Repts. 7: Table S1 [as ‘P. aff. exilis sp. 1’].
Bolotov et al., 2017, Sci. Repts. 7: Table S1 [as ‘P. aff. exilis sp. 1’].
Konopleva et al., 2017, Systemat. Biodiv. 15(3): 207.
Bolotov et al., 2018, Sci. Repts. 8: Table S1 [as ‘P. aff. exilis sp. 1’].
Huang et al., 2019, MPE 130: Table S4 [as ‘P. aff. exilis sp. 1’].
Konopleva et al., 2019, Sci. Repts. 9: Table S1 [as ‘P. aff. exilis sp. 1’].
Lopes-Lima et al., 2020, MPE 146: Table 1 [as ‘P. aff. exilis sp. 1’].
Zieritz et al., 2020, Biodivers. Conserv. 29: 2244.
Wu et al., 2021, ZooKeys 1054: 87.
Wu et al., 2021, J. Lake Sci. 33(6): attached Table 1.
Wu et al., 2021, J. Lake Sci. 33(6): attached Table 1.
Konopleva et al., 2023, Diversity 15(1), 10: Table S2 [as ‘P. aff. exilis’].
Dai et al., 2023, Invert. Syst. 37(2): Tables 1-2. [in part]
(misidentified reference to Anodonta exilis Lea, 1838)
Type(s): SEQUENCED SPECIMEN UMMZ_304647, Beung Dang Teuk Leach Community Fishery Pursat Province, Cambodia.

Taxonomic Opinions

Batissa similis Prime, 1862

Batissa violacea (Lamarck, 1818)

Corbicula fluminea (Müller, 1774)

Corbicula moltkiana Prime, 1878

Hyriopsis bialata (Simpson, 1900)

Hyriopsis desowitzi Brandt, 1974

Parreysia burmana (Blanford, 1869)

Parreysia olivacea

Parreysia tavoyensis (Gould, 1843)

Pilsbryoconcha exilis (Lea, 1856)

Scabies crispata (Gould, 1843)

Sinanodonta woodiana (Lea, 1834)

Unionetta fabagina (Deshayes & Jullien, 1874)

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