The Family Anatinellidae (Mollusca: Bivalvia)

  • Javier H. Signorelli


The living species included in the family Anatinellidae Deshayes, 1853 distributed along the American continent are mentioned in this chapter. All American living species belong to the subfamily Kymatoxinae Stenzel and Krause, 1957. Two genera are recognized. The genus Anatina Schumacher, 1817 groups the species A. anatina (Spengler, 1802) and A. cyprinus (Wood, 1828). And the genus Raeta Gray, 1853 includes R. (Raeta) plicatella (Lamarck, 1818) and R. (Raeta) undulata (Gould, 1851).


Anatinellidae Kymatoxinae Anatina Raeta 


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