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

FM(U)otW(aolcb) is the web version of the MUSSEL Project Database. Follow the links to browse the data or use the custom Google search field. Either way, you win!

This page reports the specimens in the MUSSELpdb and provides a map if geocodes are known. The taxonomic history reports the record of different names and combinations that have been applied to this species (and its synonyms) since 2007.

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Bivalvia | Sphaerioida | Sphaerioidea | Sphaeriidae | Sphaeriinae | Euglesa

species Euglesa hinzi (Kuiper, 1975): specimens
     6 nominal species as synonyms

Taxonomic History (since 2007)

Cyclocalyx jacuticaKantor et al. (2010)
Pisidium hinziBogan (2010), Fauna Europaea (2012)
Cyclocalyx hinziKantor et al. (2010)
Cyclocalyx cyclocalyxKantor et al. (2010)
Cyclocalyx gibbusKantor et al. (2010)
Cyclocalyx globosusKantor et al. (2010)
Cyclocalyx johanseniKantor et al. (2010)
Euglesa (Cyclocalyx) jacuticaVinarski & Kantor (2016)
Euglesa (Cyclocalyx) hinziVinarski & Kantor (2016)
Euglesa (Cyclocalyx) cyclocalyxVinarski & Kantor (2016)
Euglesa (Cyclocalyx) gibbaVinarski & Kantor (2016)
Euglesa (Cyclocalyx) globosaVinarski & Kantor (2016)
Euglesa (Cyclocalyx) johanseniVinarski & Kantor (2016)
Euglesa hinziVinarski et al. (2020), Príe et al. (2021)
Euglesa (Hiberneuglesa) hinziBespalaya et al. (2023)

Range: Widespread, from Scandinavia to Kamchatka.

Map of Georeferenced Specimens
species map

There are no specimens in the MUSSELpdb for this species.

Genbank Vouchers


RMBH_MSph_374 (16S, 28S) Russia: Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Area, Gyda Peninsula, Gyda village

RMBH_MSph_572_2 (16S, 28S) Russia: Yakutia, Ust-Yansky District, Ust-Kuyga village, Kuyga river

RMBH_MSph_161 (16S) Russia: Nenets Autonomous Area, Bolshezemelskaya tundra, Vashutkiny Lakes, Bolshoy Starik lake


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