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Conrad, T. A. (1834). New fresh water shells of the United States, with coloured illustrations, and a monograph of the genus Anculotus of Say; also a synopsis of the American naiades. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, U.S.A. 1-84, plates 1-9
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10.5962/bhl.title.16337 [view]
Conrad, T. A.
1834
New fresh water shells of the United States, with coloured illustrations, and a monograph of the genus Anculotus of Say; also a synopsis of the American naiades. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, U.S.A.
1-84, plates 1-9
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Amnicola pumilus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Somatogyrus pumilus (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Anculotus angulatus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Leptoxis praerosa (Say, 1821) (original description)
Anculotus melanoides Conrad, 1834 accepted as Elimia melanoides (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Anculotus monodontoides Conrad, 1834 accepted as Leptoxis carinata (Bruguière, 1792) (original description)
Anculotus nigrescens Conrad, 1834 accepted as Leptoxis carinata (Bruguière, 1792) (original description)
Anculotus plicatus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Leptoxis plicata (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Anculotus pumilus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Somatogyrus pumilus (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Anculotus taeniatus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Leptoxis taeniata (Conrad, 1834) accepted as Leptoxis picta (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Ancylus filosa Conrad, 1834 accepted as Rhodacmea filosa (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Ancylus filosus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Rhodacmea filosa (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Anodonta teres Conrad, 1834 accepted as Pyganodon cataracta (Say, 1817) (original description)
Melania alveare Conrad, 1834 accepted as Pleurocera alveare (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Melania annulifera Conrad, 1834 accepted as Pleurocera annulifera (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Melania bitaeniata Conrad, 1834 accepted as Elimia olivula (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Melania comma Conrad, 1834 accepted as Elimia comma (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Melania cylindracea Conrad, 1834 accepted as Elimia cylindracea (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Melania excurata Conrad, 1834 accepted as Pleurocera canaliculata excurata (Conrad, 1834) represented as Pleurocera canaliculata (Say, 1821) (original description)
Melania hydeii Conrad, 1834 accepted as Elimia hydeii (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Melania lima Conrad, 1834 accepted as Lithasia lima (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Melania nassula Conrad, 1834 accepted as Elimia nassula (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Melania pyrenella Conrad, 1834 accepted as Pleurocera pyrenella (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Melania salebrosa Conrad, 1834 accepted as Lithasia salebrosa (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Melania trochiformis Conrad, 1834 accepted as Pleurocera trochiformis (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Melania vestita Conrad, 1834 accepted as Pleurocera vestita (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Paludina genicula Conrad, 1834 accepted as Campeloma geniculum (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Paludina magnifica Conrad, 1834 accepted as Tulotoma magnifica (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Rhodacmea filosa (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Tulotoma magnifica (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio altilis Conrad, 1834 accepted as Hamiota altilis (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio arctatus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Elliptio arctata (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio caelatus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Lemiox rimosus (Rafinesque, 1831) (original description)
Unio cor Conrad, 1834 accepted as Fusconaia cor (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio delumbis Conrad, 1834 accepted as Villosa delumbis (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio furvus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Pleurobema rubellum (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio greenii Conrad, 1834 accepted as Ptychobranchus greenii (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio icterinus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Elliptio icterina (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio infucatus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Rotundaria infucata (Conrad, 1834) accepted as Cyclonaias infucata (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio maculatus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Pleuronaia dolabelloides (I. Lea, 1840) (original description)
Unio masoni Conrad, 1834 accepted as Fusconaia masoni (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio nebulosus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Villosa nebulosa (Conrad, 1834) accepted as Cambarunio nebulosus (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio oviformis Conrad, 1834 accepted as Pleurobema oviforme (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio pectorosus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Ortmanniana pectorosa (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio penitus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Epioblasma penita (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio perovalis Conrad, 1834 accepted as Hamiota perovalis (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio perovatus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Pleurobema perovatum (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio poulsoni Conrad, 1834 accepted as Potamilus purpuratus (Lamarck, 1819) (original description)
Unio prasinus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Rotundaria pustulosa (I. Lea, 1831) accepted as Cyclonaias pustulosa (Lea, 1831) (original description)
Unio raveneli Conrad, 1834 accepted as Elliptio raveneli (Conrad, 1834) accepted as Elliptio icterina (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio rubellus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Pleurobema rubellum (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio taeniatus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Villosa taeniata (Conrad, 1834) accepted as Cambarunio taeniatus taeniatus (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio tenebrosus Conrad, 1834 accepted as Lampsilis radiata (Gmelin, 1791) (original description)
Unio trabalis Conrad, 1834 accepted as Villosa trabalis (Conrad, 1834) accepted as Venustaconcha trabalis (Conrad, 1834) (original description)
Unio vibex Conrad, 1834 accepted as Villosa vibex (Conrad, 1834) (original description)

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