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Specimens with Sequences:147Public Species:12
Specimens with Barcodes:46Public BINs:9
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Species With Barcodes:7         
          
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Hyriidae

Hyriidae is a taxonomic family of pearly freshwater mussels, aquatic bivalve mollusks in the order Unionoida. This family is native to South America, Australia, New Zealand and New Guinea.[1] Like all members of that order, they go through a larval stage that is parasitic on fish (see glochidium).

The classification recognized by Banarescu (1990) [2] uses three subfamilies. This family contains eighteen genera.

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Subfamilies and genera

Hyriinae

Genera within the subfamily Hyriinae, from South America, include:

Cucumerunioninae

Genera within the subfamily Cucumerunioninae, from Australia, include:

Velesunioninae

Genera within the subfamily Velesunioninae, from Australia, include: from Australasia

References

  1. ^ Huber, Markus (2010). Compendium of Bivalves. A Full-color Guide to 3'300 of the World's Marine Bivalves. A Status on Bivalvia after 250 Years of Research. Hackenheim: ConchBooks. pp. 901 pp. + CD. ISBN 978-3-939767-28-2.
  2. ^ Banarescu, P. 1990. Zoogeography of fresh waters v.3 Distribution and dispersal of freshwater animals in Africa, Pacific areas and South America. AULA Verlag, Weisbaden.
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