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Sphaerium solidum

Sphaerium solidum
Conservation status
NE
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Mollusca
Class: Bivalvia
Subclass: Heterodonta
Order: Veneroida
Suborder: Sphaeriacea
Family: Sphaeriidae
Genus: Sphaerium
Subgenus: Cyrenastrum
Species: S. solidum
Binomial name
Sphaerium solidum
(Normand, 1844)

Solid Orb Mussel, Sphaerium solidum is a species of freshwater bivalve from family Sphaeriidae.

Distribution and conservation status

  • Germany - critically endangered (vom Aussterben bedroht) [2]
  • Poland - endangered (EN)[3]
  • Slovakia

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