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Triodopsis  Rafinesque, 1819
Taxonomic Serial No.: 77598

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 Taxonomy and Nomenclature
  Kingdom: Animalia  
  Taxonomic Rank: Genus  
  Common Name(s):    
  Taxonomic Status:    
  Current Standing: valid  
  Data Quality Indicators:    
  Record Credibility Rating: verified - standards met  
  Global Species Completeness: partial   
  Latest Record Review: 1999   

 Taxonomic Hierarchy
 KingdomAnimalia  – Animal, animaux, animals  
             PhylumMollusca  – mollusques, molusco, molluscs, mollusks  
                ClassGastropoda Cuvier, 1797 – gastropods, slugs, snails, escargots, gastéropodes, limaces, caracol, caramujo, lesma  
                         GenusTriodopsis Rafinesque, 1819  
    Direct Children:  
                            SpeciesTriodopsis alabamensis (Pilsbry, 1902) – alabama three-tooth, Alabama threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis albolabris (Say, 1816) – whitelip 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis alleni (Sampson, 1883) – western whitelip 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis anteridon Pilsbry, 1940 – Carter threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis burchi Hubricht, 1950 – pittsylvania three-tooth, Pittsylvania threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis caroliniensis (I. Lea, 1834) – blunt wedge 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis chadwicki (Ferriss, 1907) – kaw whitelip 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis claibornensis Lutz, 1950 – claiborne three-tooth, Claiborne threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis complanata (Pilsbry, 1898) – glossy three-tooth, glossy threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis cragini Call, 1886 – post oak three-tooth, Post Oak threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis denotata (Ferussac, 1821) – black velvet wedge 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis dentifera (A. Binney, 1837) – big-tooth whitelip 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis discoidea (Pilsbry, 1904) – rivercliff three-tooth, rivercliff threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis divesta (Gould, 1848) – ozark whitelip 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis fallax (Say, 1825) – pinhole three-tooth, mimic threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis fosteri (F. C. Baker, 1921) – bladetooth wedge 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis fradulenta (Pilsbry, 1894) – baffled three-tooth, baffled threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis fulciden Hubricht, 1952 – dwarf threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis fulcidens Hubricht, 1952 – dwarf buttressed three-tooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis henriettae (Mazyck, 1877) – pineywood three-tooth, pineywoods threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis hopetonensis (Shuttleworth, 1852) – magnolia three-tooth, magnolia threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis juxtidens (Pilsbry, 1894) – atlantic three-tooth, Atlantic threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis lioderma (Pilsbry, 1902) – tulsa whitelip 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis major (A. Binney, 1937) – southeastern whitelip 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis maratima (Pilsbry, 1890) – coastal whitelip 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis messana Hubricht, 1952 – pinhole three-tooth, pinhole threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis multilineata (Say, 1821) – striped whitelip 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis neglecta (Pilsbry, 1899) – ozark three-tooth, Ozark threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis obsoleta (Pilsbry, 1894) – nubbin three-tooth, nubbin threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis obstricta (Say, 1821) – sharp wedge 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis occidentalis (Pilsbry and Ferriss, 1894) – arkansas wedge 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis palustris Hubricht, 1958 – santee three-tooth, Santee threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis pendula Hubricht, 1952 – hanging rock three-tooth, Hanging Rock threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis picea Hubricht, 1958 – spruce knob three-tooth, Spruce Knob threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis platysayoides (Brooks, 1933) – cheat three-tooth, flat-spired three-toothed snail, Cheat threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis rugosa Brooks and MacMillan, 1940 – buttressed three-tooth, buttressed threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis soelneri (J. B. Henderson, 1907) – cape fear three-tooth, Cape Fear threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis tennesseensis (Walker and Pilsbry, 1902) – budded three-tooth, budded threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis tridentata (Say, 1816) – northern three-tooth, northern threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis vannostrandi (Bland, 1875) – tight-coil three-tooth, coiled threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis vulgata Pilsbry, 1940 – dished three-tooth, dished threetooth 
                            SpeciesTriodopsis vultuosa (Gould, 1848) – texas three-tooth, Texas threetooth 

  Reference for:    
  Other Source(s):    
  Source: NODC Taxonomic Code, database (version 8.0)  
  Acquired: 1996   
  Reference for: Triodopsis   
  Author(s)/Editor(s): Turgeon, D. D., J. F. Quinn, Jr., A. E. Bogan, E. V. Coan, F. G. Hochberg, W. G. Lyons, et al.   
  Publication Date: 1998   
  Article/Chapter Title: Common and scientific names of aquatic invertebrates from the United States and Canada: Mollusks, 2nd ed.   
  Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: American Fisheries Society Special Publication 26   
  Page(s): 526   
  Publisher: American Fisheries Society   
  Publication Place: Bethesda, Maryland, USA   
  ISBN/ISSN: 1-888569-01-8, 0097-0638  
  Reference for: Triodopsis   

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