Unionidae


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Related to Unionidae: family Unionidae, Sphaeriidae
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Noun1.Unionidae - freshwater mussels found worldwideUnionidae - freshwater mussels found worldwide  
mollusk family - a family of mollusks
genus Unio, Unio - type genus of the family Unionidae
Anodonta, genus Anodonta - thin-shelled freshwater mussels
Dreissena, genus Dreissena - zebra mussels
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The highest incidence was observed in insects (37.6%) and mollusks (26.6%), with the most frequently ingested groups: snails (Gastropoda), caddisflies (Trichoptera), mussels (Unionidae), and aquatic midges (Diptera: Chironomidae).
Assessing causes of change in the freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in the Black River.
The effect of dams on stream flow and freshwater mussel (Unionidae) assemblages was assessed in two river systems, the Cuyahoga River that famously led to the Clean Water Act, and the nearby Mahoning River, currently considered one of the most degraded systems in the nation.
Se han hallado 76 moluscos continentales, 75 de los cuales son bivalvos dulceacuicolas de la familia Unionidae, con tres especies, y el ultimo es un caracol terrestre de la familia Orthalicidae, con una especie.
Rapid development of molecular resources for a freshwater mussel, Villosa lienosa (Bivalvia: Unionidae), using an RNA-seq-based approach.
Laverde (1982) reporto para Colombia algunos generos de la familia Unionidae incluyendo a A.
North America's freshwater mussels of the family Unionidae are extremely diverse, with approximately 300 species found throughout its waters (Williams et al., 1993; Haag, 2012).
Freshwater mussels (Unionidae) are a diverse and conspicuous members of the benthic fauna in fresh waters (Haag and Staton, 2003; Haag, 2013).
Post-extirpation recovery of the freshwater mussel (Bivalvia: Unionidae) fauna in the upper Illinois River.
The superfamily Unionoidea is divided into two families, Unionidae and Margaritiferidae.
Physiological responses to severe acid stress in four species of freshwater clams (Unionidae).