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Taxon profile

genus

Callista Poli, 1791

kingdom Animalia - animals »  phylum Mollusca - mollusks »  class Bivalvia - bivalves »  order Venerida »  family Veneridae - venus clams

Scientific synonyms

Costacallista Palmer, 1927

Type taxon:Venus chione Linnaeus, 1758

Included taxa

Number of records: 26

species Callista accincta (Römer, 1864)
species Callista chinensis Holten, 1802

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species Callista chione (Linnaeus, 1758)

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species Callista diemenensis (S.C.T. Hanley, 1844)

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species Callista disrupta (G.B. II Sowerby, 1853)

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species Callista erycina (Linnaeus, 1758)

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species Callista erycinella (J.B.P.A. Lamarck, 1818)
species Callista erycinoides (Lamarck, 1818)
species Callista festiva (G.B. II Sowerby, 1851)
species Callista florida Lamarck, 1818

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species Callista gotthardi R.W. Dunker, 1865
species Callista grata Deshayes, 1853
species Callista hagenowi (R.W. Dunker, 1849)
species Callista hectori Finlay & Marwick, 1937
species Callista impar Lamarck, 1818

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species Callista kingii (J.E. Gray in P.P. King, 1827)

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species Callista multiradiata Sowerby, 1851

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species Callista phasianella Deshayes, 1854
species Callista pilsbryi Habe, 1960
species Callista piperita (G.B. II Sowerby, 1851)
species Callista planatella Lamarck, 1818

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species Callista politissima Kuroda, 1945
species Callista roseotincta (E.A. Smith, 1885)
species Callista semisulcata Sowerby, 1851
species Callista spuma (P.F. Röding, 1798)
species Callista umbonella (Lamarck, 1818)

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Explanations

extinct taxon