Western Freshwater Mussel Database Contributors

Data for this database were gathered from the following individuals, institutions and staff, and peer-reviewed literature or unpublished reports. Sources may be repeated if data or information was shared by individuals in multiple capacities.


Aaron David, Al Grant, Al Smith, Alexa Maine, Alexander Rhodes, Andra Love, Art Bass, Bob Brenner, Bob Wisseman, Bonnie Pryor, Brett Blundon,Brian Lang, Bruce Lang, Caitlin LaBar, Carol Gelvin-Reymiller, Celeste Mazzacano, Chris Hogle, Christine O’Brien, Chuti Fiedler, Cole Lindsay, Cynthia Tait, Dale Swedberg, Darci Rivers-Pankratz, Darcy McNamara, Dave Hopper, Dave Plawman, David Cowles, David Kennedy, David Plawman, David Richards, David Stagliano, David Wolf, Donna Allard, Donna Nez, Dorene MacCoy, Doug Post, Ed Johannes, Emily Davis, Eric Starkey, Erin Kramer-Wilt, Ethan Nedeau, Fred Schueler, Gary Lester, Greg Wilson, Jason Dunham, Jayne Brim-Box, Jeanette Howard, Jeff Gottfried, Jeff Sorensen, Jennifer Parsons, Jennifer Vanderhoof, Jeremy Tiemann, Joanne Richter, Joe Slusark, John Fleckenstein, Jon Ives, Jon Mageroy, Jonathan Young, Jose Bartoszek, Joseph Furnish, Justin Garwood, Kai Palenscar, Karen Mock, Kathy Thornburgh, Katrina Stipec, Keith Bensen, Kelly Toy, Kendra Chan, Larry Dalton, Larry Scofield, LaVonne Rhyneer, Lea Gelling, Lee Cain, Linda Ward, Lorrie Haley, Maria Ellis, Mark LaRiviere, Mark Mouser, Mary Hanson, Matt Bowser, Michele Huff, Michelle McSwain, Michelle Steg-Geltner, Mike Mulvey, Mindy Allen, Molly Hallock, Nancy Duncan, Paul Norwood, Paul Pickett, Peter Bahls, Peter Hovingh, Philip Mathias, Ray Heller, Ray Kinney, Ray Perkins, Ray Temple, Rollie Schmitten, Roy Iwai, Ryan Houston, Ryan Merle, Scott Loarie, Shanda McGraw, Shelly Miller, Stephanie Eckard, Stephen Conroy, Steve Lysne, Steve Stampfli, Teal Waterstrat, Terry Myers, Thomas Quinn, Todd Confer, Todd Folsom, Tom Burke, Tom Watters, Tony Macleod and the Salt Spring Island Conservancy, Trevor Swanson, and Wendy Walsh.

Institutions and staff:

The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, Adam Baldinger and the Harvard University Museum of Comparative Zoology, Art Bogan and the North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences, Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum, Barrick Museum, Brigham Young University, California Department of Fish and Game, California Natural Diversity Database (CNDDB), Canadian Museum of Nature, Carol Evans and the Elko NV Bureau of Land Management, Carol Hughes and the Interagency Special Status Sensitive Species Program, Christina Piotrowski and the California Academy of Sciences Invertebrate Zoology Collection, Christy Bills and the Utah Museum of Natural History, Cincinnati Museum Center, Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC), Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation Mussel Project, David Jigour and the Turlock Irrigation District / Don Pedro Recreation Agency, ENTRIX, Erin Miller and the US Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, Florida Museum of Natural History, Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF), Gordon Edwards and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Heather Robeson and the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History, inaturalist.org, Jerry Mitchell and the B.C. Ministry of Environment Conservation Data Centre, Jochen Gerber and the Field Museum of Natural History, Joel Sauder and the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Justin Alvarez and the Hoopa Valley Tribe, Kate Macneale and King County DNRP, Kevin Aitkin and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Kevin Cummings, Jeremy Tiemann, and the Illinois Natural History Survey, Laura Guderyahn and City of Portland, Lindsey Groves and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Lisa Torunski and Canada Ministry of the Environment, Matthew Baerwalde and the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe, Nicole Cartwright and the Tahoe Resource Conservation District, Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History, College of Idaho, Pacific Northwest Native Freshwater Workgroup, Puget Sound Stream Benthos online database, Ron Constable and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Royal British Columbia Museum, Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Sarah Brandy and the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest, Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History, Taehwan Lee and the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, The Division of Molluscs, Museum of Biological Diversity; Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology, The Ohio State University, Timothy Pearce and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, University of Alaska Museum, University of Alberta, University of Arizona, US Bureau of Land Management, US Fish and Wildlife Service, US Forest Service, US Geological Survey and the BISON database, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Native Aquatics Program, Utah State University/U.S. Bureau of Land Management BugLab, Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Yale Peabody Museum, Yurok Tribe.

Peer-reviewed literature and unpublished reports:

Arizona Game and Fish Department. 2001. Anodonta californiensis. Unpublished abstract compiled and edited by the Heritage Data Management System, Arizona Game and Fish Department, Phoenix, AZ. 5 pp.

Baily, J.L. Jr., and R.I. Baily. 1951. Further observations on the Mollusca of the Relict Lakes in the Great Basin. The Nautilus 63(2): 46-53.

Beetle, D. E. 1989. Checklist of the recent Mollusca of Wyoming, USA. The Great Basin Naturalist 49(4): 637-645.

Beetle, D.E. 1957. The Mollusca of Teton County, Wyoming. The Nautilus 71(1): 12-22.

Bensen, K. 2010. 2005-2009 Summary of western pearlshell freshwater mussel monitoring in Mill Creek and 2009 Inventory in Redwood Creek. Redwood National and State Parks, Orick, CA.

Bequaert, Joseph C. and Walter B. Miller. 1973. The Mollusks of the Arid Southwest With an Arizona Check List. The University of Arizona Press.

BioAnalysts, Inc. 2006. Aquatic macroinvertebrate inventory and RTE assessment. Wells Hydroelectric Project. FERC No. 2149. Prepared for Public Utility District No. 1 of Douglas County, East Wenatchee, WA.

Black, B.A., J.B. Dunham, B.W. Blundon, J. Brim Box, A.J. Tepley. 2015. Long-term growth-increment chronologies reveal diverse influences of climate forcing on freshwater and forest biota in the Pacific Northwest. Global change biology 21:594–604.

Bonnot, Paul. 1951. The fresh-water mussels of California. California Fish and Game. 37(4): 485-487.

Bowersox, R. J. 2003. Salinity tolerance of the freshwater mussel Anodonta dejecta Lewis in holocene Lake Cahuilla, southeastern California: A caution in the use of fossil freshwater mussels as a freshwater indicator in stable isotope studies. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, vol. 35, no. 6, p. 212.

Branson, B.A. 1977. Freshwater and terrestrial Mollusca of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington. The Veliger 19(3): 310-330.

Branson, B.A. and R.M. Branson. 1984. Distributional records for terrestrial and freshwater Mollusca of the Cascade and coastal ranges, Oregon. The Veliger 26(4): 248-257.

Button, F.L. 1900. Unionidae in a tunnel. The Nautilus 13(11): 130.

Canadian Biodiversity Information Facility. 2005. [web resource]. Available: http://www.cbif.gc.ca/portal/digir-searcht.php (accessed 10 October 2005).French, L. 2005. Electronic database containing Gonidea angulata survey results from the Okanagan basin.

Carlton, H.P. 1870. Shells of Antioch, California and vicinity. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences 4: 50-52.

Carlton, H.P. 1870. Shells of Truckee River and vicinity. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences 4: 57-58.

Carpenter, P.P. 1856. Monograph of the shells collected by T. Nuttall, Esq., on the California coast, in the years 1834-1835. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 24: 209-229.

Chamberlin, R.V. and D.T. Jones. 1929. A descriptive catalog of the Mollusca of Utah. Bulletin of the University of Utah 1(1): 1-203.

Cheney, M.A., J. Liu, A. Amei, X. Zhao, S.W. Joo, and S. Qian. 2009. A comparative study on the uptake of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by Anodonta californiensis. Environmental Pollution 157: 601-608.

Chong, J.P., J.C. Brim Box, J.K. Howard, D. Wolf, T.L. Myers, K.E. Mock. 2008. Three deeply divided lineages of the freshwater mussel genus Anodonta in western North America. Conservation Genetics 9:1303-1309.

Colfax, Yvonne. Yakama Nation, mussel proposal.

Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. 2003. Assessment and status report on the Rocky Mountain ridged mussel Gonidea angulata in Canada. Ottawa, Canada.

Coney, C.C. 1993. Freshwater Mollusca of the Los Angeles River: past and present status and distribution. In The Biota of the Los Angeles River: an overview of the historical and present plant and animal life of the Los Angeles River drainage. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. K.L. Garrett. Pp. C1-C25.

Cooper, J.G. 1870. On shells of the west slope of North America. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences 4: 149-154.

Cooper, J.G. 1890. Fresh-water Mollusca of San Francisco County. Zoe 1(7): 196-197.

Culleton, B.J. 2006. Implications of a freshwater radiocarbon reservoir correction for the timing of the late Holocene settlement of the Elk Hills, Kern County, California. Journal of Archaeological Science 33: 1331-1339.

Culver, M., Robert Fitak, and Terry Myers. 2012. California Floater Genetics. Arizona Game and Fish Department Heritage Grant I09010.

Cvancara, A. M. 2005. Illustrated Key to Wyoming’s Freshwater Mussels.

D’Eliscu, P.N. 1972. Observation of the glochidium, metamorphosis, and juvenile of Anodonta californiensis Lea, 1857. The Veliger 15(1): 57-58.

Dall, W.H. 1908. Notes on Gonidea angulata Lea, a freshwater bivalve, with description of a new variety. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 4(4): 499-500. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC

Davis, E. 2008. Freshwater mussel abundance, distribution, and habitat preference in two northern California rivers within Karuk ancestral territory. Thesis. Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA.

Davis, E. A., A. T. David, K. M. Norgaard, T. H. Parker, K. McKay, C. Tennant, T. Soto, K. Rowe, and R. Reed. 2013. Distribution and abundance of freshwater mussels in the mid Klamath Subbasin, California. Northwest Science 87(3): 189-206.

Davis, L.G. and K. Muehlenbachs. 2001. A late Pleistocene to Holocene record of precipitation reflected in Margaritifera falcata shell 18O from three archaeological sites in the Lower Salmon River Canyon, Idaho. Journal of Archaeological Science 28: 291-303.

De Laguna, F. 1947. The prehistory of northern North America as seen from the Yukon. Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology 3. Menasha, WI: Society of American Archeology. [Reprinted 1980. New York: AMS Press.]

Deixis MolluscDB database. 2009. An unpublished collection of mollusk records maintained by Ed Johannes.

Dipeso, C.C. 1953. The Sobapuri Indians of the Upper San Pedro River Valley, Southwestern Arizona. The Amerind Foundation 7. Dragoon, Arizona.

ENTRIX, Inc. 2007. Draft freshwater mussel report for Sunset Stables Restoration and Resource Management Plan Project. Sacramento, CA. 24 pp.

Eyerdam, W.J. 1934. Land and freshwater snails from the vicinity of Yakima, Washington. The Nautilus XLVIII: 46-48.

Fevold, K. and J. Vanderhoof. 2002. Freshwater mussels found in Bear and Cottage Lake Creeks during habitat assessments in 2001. In conjunction with the Sammamish-Washington Assessment and Modeling Program.

Frest, T. J. 1999. A review of the land and freshwater mollusks of Idaho. Prepared for the Idaho Conservation Data Center. Seattle, WA. 281 pp. plus appendices. Lower Salmon River Populations still persist in the St. Joe and St. Marie system, the Little S

Frest, T. J., and E. Johannes. 1991. Mollusc fauna in the vicinity of three proposed hydroelectric projects on the middle Snake River, central Idaho. Final report submitted to Don Chapman Associates, Inc., Boise, ID. Deixis Consultants, Seattle, WA. 60 p

Frest, T.J. and E.J. Johannes. 1995. Freshwater Molluscs of the Upper Sacramento System, California. State of California Department of Fish and Game Annual Report. Deixis Consultants, Seattle, WA.

Frest, T.J. and Johannes, E.J. 1997. Upper Sacramento System Freshwater Mollusk Monitoring, California: with particular reference to the Cantara Spill, Cantara Trustee Council, 1996 Yearly Report. Deixis Consultants,Seattle, WA.

Frest, T.J., and E.J. Jphannes. 2000. An annotated checklist of Idaho land and freshwater mollusks. Journal of the Idaho Academy of Science 36:1–51.

Gould, A.A. 1850. Descriptions of new species of shells. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History 3(19): 292-296.

Gustafson, R.G. and E.M. Iwamoto. 2005. A DNA-based identification key to Pacific Northwest freshwater mussel glochidia: Importance to salmonid and mussel conservation. Northwest Science 79(4): 233-245.

Haas, F. 1954. Non-marine mollusks from the Pacific slope of North America. The Nautilus 67(3): 94-96.

Hannibal. H. 1912. The aquatic mollusks of southern California and adjacent regions, a transition fauna. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 11(1):18-46.

Harman, Willard N. 1970. Notes. The Nautilus 83(3): 112-115.

Hastie, L.C. and K.A. Toy. 2008. Changes in density, age structure and age-specific mortality in two western pearlshell (Margaritifera falcata) populations in Washington (1995-2006). Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 18: 671-678.

Heard, W.H. 1975. Sexuality and other aspects of reproduction in Anodonta (Pelecypoda: Unionidae). Malacologia 15(1): 81-103.

Helmstetler, H. 2006. Population structure and pollutant levels of freshwater mussels in the mid-Columbia River. Masters thesis, Walla Walla College, Walla Walla, WA.

Helmstetler, H. and D.L. Cowles. 2008. Population characteristics of native freshwater mussels in the mid-Columbia and Clearwater Rivers, Washington state. Northwest Science 82(3): 211-221.

Hemphill, H. 1891. A collector’s notes on variation in shells, with some new varieties. Zoe 1(11): 321-337.

Henderson, J. 1907. The Mollusca of Colorado. University of Colorado Studies 4(2): 77-96.

Henderson, J. 1929. Non-marine mollusca of Oregon and Washington. University of Colorado Studies 17(2): 47-191.

Henderson, J. 1931. The problem of the mollusca of Bear Lake and Utah Lake, Idaho-Utah. The Nautilus 44(4): 109-113.

Henderson, J. 1935. Margaritifera and Fluminicola in Wyoming. The Nautilus 48(3): 107.

Henderson, J. 1936. Mollusca of Colorado, Utah, Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming-supplement. University of Colorado Studies 23(2): 81-145.

Henderson, J. 1936. The non-marine Mollusca of Oregon and Washington a supplement. University of Colorado Studies 23(4): 251-280.

Herrmann, S.J. and Fajt, J.R. 1985. Additional Colorado records of Anodonta Grandis Grandis Say (Bivalvia: Unionidae). The Nautilus

Hogle, C. In prep. Genetic and demographic structure of three western pearlshell (Margaritifera falcata) populations in the western Great Basin, USA.

Hovingh, P. 2004. Intermountain freshwater mollusks, USA (Margaritifera, Anodonta, Gonidea, Valvata, Ferrissia): geography, conservation, and fish management implications. Monographs of the Western North American Naturalist 2: 109-135.

Howard, J. 2010. Sensitive Freshwater Mussel Surveys in the Pacific Southwest Region: Assessment of Conservation Status. Prepared for: USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Region, Regional Office.

Howard, J. 2013. Upper Truckee Airport Reach freshwater mussel (Margaritifera falcata) relocation: two years later. Unpublished report.

Howard, J.K. and K.M. Cuffey. 2003. Freshwater mussels in a California North Coast Range river: occurrence, distribution, and controls. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 22: 63-77.

Huckleberry, G., T.W. Stafford, J.C. Chatters. 1998. Preliminary geoarchaeological studies at Columbia Park, Kennewick, Washington, USA. Army Corps of Engineers.

Ingersoll, E. 1877. On a collection of mollusks from Utah and Colorado. Davenport Academy of Natural Sciences 2: 130-134.

Ingram, W.M. 1948. The larger freshwater clams of California, Oregon, and Washington. Journal of Entomolgy and Zoology 40(4): 72-92.

Ingram, W.M. and K.W. Kenyon. 1947. Anodonta and its associated mollusks from Stoe Lake, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California. The Nautilus 61(2): 51-53.

Jones, D.T. 1940. Recent Collections of Utah Mollusca, with Extralimital Records From Certain Utah Cabinets. The Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, 1908-1980: fall meetings, Utah State University Logan, Utah. 17: 33-45.

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Karna, D.W., and R.E. Millemann. 1978. Glochidiosis of salmonid fishes. III. Comparative susceptibility to natural infection with Margaritifera margaritifera (Pelecypoda: Magaritanidae) and associated histopathology. The Journal of Parasitology 64(3): 528-537.

Keep, J. 1935. West coast shells, revised by Joshua L. Baily, Jr. Stanford, Univ. Press, 350 p.

Koenig, S. 2000. Relation of physical factors to the behavior and distribution of the freshwater mussel, Margaritifera falcata (Gould). Masters thesis, Western Washington University, WA.

Landye, J.J. 1981. Current status of endangered, threatened, and/or rare mollusks of New Mexico and Arizona. Office of Rare and Endangered Species (USDOI and USFWS), Albuquerque, NM. 35 pp.

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Lippincott, K. and L.B. Davis. 2000. A prehistoric freshwater mussel collection from the Schmitt Chert Mine Site (24BW599) near Three Forks, Montana. Central Plains Archaeology 8: 131-142.

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