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genus

Astarte J. Sowerby, 1816

kingdom Animalia - animals »  phylum Mollusca - mollusks »  class Bivalvia - bivalves »  order Carditida »  family Astartidae »  subfamily Astartinae

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Included taxa

Number of records: 34

species Astarte acuticostata J. G. Jeffreys, 1881
species Astarte alaskensis W. H. Dall, 1903
species Astarte antarctica J. Thiele, 1912
species Astarte arctica (J. E. Gray, 1824) - Arctic Astarte
species Astarte bennetti Dall, 1903
species Astarte bennettii W. H. Dall, 1903
species Astarte borealis (Schumacher, 1817) - Boreal Astarte
species Astarte castanea (Say, 1822)
species Astarte compacta Carpenter, 1864 - Compact Astarte
species Astarte crebricostata (Da Costa, 1778)
species Astarte crenata (J. E. Gray, 1824) - Crenulate Astarte
species Astarte elliptica (T. Brown, 1827) - Elliptical Astarte
species Astarte esquimalti (Baird, 1863) - Wavy-line Astarte
species Astarte filatovae Habe, 1964
species Astarte fusca Poli, 1795
species Astarte globula Dall, 1886
species Astarte hakodatensis Yokoyama, 1920
species Astarte laurentiana Lyell, 1845
species Astarte liogona Dall, 1903
species Astarte longirostris d'Orbigny, 1846
species Astarte mirabilis (Dall, 1871)
species Astarte montagui (Dillwyn, 1817) - Narrow-hinge Astarte
species Astarte nana Dall, 1886 - Dwarf Astarte
species Astarte polaris Dall, 1903
species Astarte quadrans Gould, 1841
species Astarte rollandi Bernardi, 1858
species Astarte smithii Dall, 1886
species Astarte sulcata (Decosta, 1778)

Astarte sulcata

species Astarte undata Gould, 1841 - Wavy Astarte
species Astarte vernicosa Dall, 1903 - Varnished Astarte
species Astarte willetti Dall, 1917

Astarte incertae sedis

species Astarte bohemica Barrande, 1881
species Astarte convergens Barr.
species Astarte flexa Barr.

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Explanations

extinct taxon