Joseph Britton Freshwater Mussel Collection - 5 Matching Results

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Quadrula houstonensis, Specimen #1483

Description: One preserved mussel specimen including both the left and right valves. The specimen exhibits a round shape; white internal coloring; yellow external coloring; no external sculpturing. The specimen measures between 60 - 100 mm in length and was assessed to be relatively-recently dead when collected.
Date: unknown
Partner: Elm Fork Natural Heritage Museum

Quadrula houstonensis, Specimen #1484

Description: One preserved mussel specimen including both the left and right valves. The specimen exhibits a round shape; white internal coloring; yellow external coloring; no external sculpturing. The specimen measures between 0 - 60 mm in length and was assessed to be relatively-recently dead when collected.
Date: unknown
Partner: Elm Fork Natural Heritage Museum

Quadrula petrina, Specimen #1411

Description: One preserved mussel specimen including both the left and right valves. The specimen exhibits a quadrate shape; white internal coloring; tan external coloring; no external sculpturing. The specimen measures between 60 - 100 mm in length and was assessed to be relatively-recently dead when collected.
Date: unknown
Creator: Askew, H. G.
Partner: Elm Fork Natural Heritage Museum

Quincuncina mitchelli, Specimen #1487

Description: One preserved mussel specimen including both the left and right valves. The specimen exhibits an elliptical shape; bluish-white internal coloring; tan external coloring; no external sculpturing. The specimen measures between 0 - 60 mm in length and was assessed to be recently dead when collected.
Date: unknown
Partner: Elm Fork Natural Heritage Museum

Truncilla macrodon, Specimen #1493

Description: One preserved mussel specimen including both the left and right valves. The specimen exhibits an elliptical shape; white internal coloring; tan external coloring; no external sculpturing. The specimen measures between 0 - 60 mm in length and was assessed to be relatively-recently dead when collected.
Date: unknown
Partner: Elm Fork Natural Heritage Museum