Synonyms for riffleshell_epioblasma or Related words with riffleshell_epioblasma

epioblasma              rangiana              epioblasma_torulosa              torulosa              clubshell              plicata              bulrush_scirpus              hypentelium              pleurobema              elegantulus              sagittata              skullcap_scutellaria              septentrionalis              dusky_salamander_desmognathus              sonorensis              tenellus              lampsilis              water_snake_nerodia              moonwort_botrychium              hawk_beard_crepis              olivacea              pennsylvanica              coerulea              alleghaniensis              variegatus              leadbeateri              auriculata              strigosus              lewisii              grizzled_skipper_pyrgus              torquata              evening_primrose_oenothera              hypoleuca              castanea              vernalis              parryi_parry              lasmigona              axillaris              propinqua              dewberry_rubus              pulchellus              aurantius              crocea              diadophis_punctatus              torridus              ferrugineus              obtusata              guttata              spreadwing_lestes              cooperi             

Examples of "riffleshell_epioblasma"
The islands are home to the federally endangered clubshell mussel ("Pleurobema clava") and the Northern riffleshell ("Epioblasma torulosa rangiana").
The northern riffleshell ("Epioblasma torulosa rangiana"), is a subspecies of freshwater mussel, an aquatic bivalve mollusk in the family Unionidae, the river mussels.
The angled riffleshell, "Epioblasma biemarginata", was a species of freshwater mussel, an aquatic bivalve mollusk in the family Unionidae, the river mussels. It is now extinct.
The nearby pearly mussel or Tennessee riffleshell, Epioblasma propinqua, was a species of freshwater mussel in the family Unionidae. It was endemic to the United States, where it was found in the drainages of the Cumberland River, Ohio River, and Tennessee River.
The diverse habitat types found on Erie NWR attract over 237 species of birds, 47 species of mammals and 37 species of amphibians and reptiles. Of particular interest are the endangered northern riffleshell ("Epioblasma torulosa rangiana") and clubshell mussels ("Pleurobema clava").
Because of its isolated and specialized habitat, "E. camurum" is of particular ecological concern. Anthropogenic effects are thought to be the cause of most population decline, as increased human development has been detrimental to both habitat and breeding. Additionally, "E. camurum" has been linked to spawning of the endangered tan riffleshell ("Epioblasma florentina walkeri"). Studies have shown the riffelshell larvae attach to "E. camurum" during maturation.