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Leptoxis  Rafinesque, 1819
Taxonomic Serial No.: 71601

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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  
                         GenusLeptoxis Rafinesque, 1819  
    Direct Children:  
                            Species Leptoxis ampla (Anthony, 1855) – round rocksnail 
                            Species Leptoxis arkansensis (Hinkley, 1915) – Arkansas mudalia 
                            Species Leptoxis carinata (Bruguiere, 1792) – crested mudalia 
                            Species Leptoxis clipeata (H. H. Smith, 1922) – agate rocksnail 
                            Species Leptoxis compacta (Anthony, 1854) – oblong rocksnail 
                            Species Leptoxis crassa (Haldeman, 1842) – boulder snail, boulder riversnail 
                            Species Leptoxis dilatata (Conrad, 1835) – seep mudalia 
                            Species Leptoxis foremani (I. Lea, 1843) – interrupted rocksnail 
                            Species Leptoxis formosa (I. Lea, 1860) – maiden rocksnail 
                            Species Leptoxis ligata (Anthony, 1860) – rotund rocksnail 
                            Species Leptoxis lirata (H. H. Smith, 1922) – lirate rocksnail 
                            Species Leptoxis melanoides (Conrad, 1834) – black mudalia 
                            Species Leptoxis minor (Hinkley, 1912) – knob mudalia 
                            Species Leptoxis occultata (H. H. Smith, 1922) – bigmouth rocksnail 
                            Species Leptoxis picta (Conrad, 1834) – spotted rocksnail 
                            Species Leptoxis plicata (Conrad, 1834) – plicate rocksnail 
                            Species Leptoxis praerosa (Say, 1821) – onyx rocksnail 
                            Species Leptoxis showalterii (I. Lea, 1860) – ribbed rocksnail, Coosa rocksnail 
                            Species Leptoxis taeniata (Conrad, 1834) – painted rocksnail 
                            Species Leptoxis torrefacta (Goodrich, 1922)  
                            Species Leptoxis trilineata (Say, 1829) – broad mudalia 
                            Species Leptoxis umbilicata (Wetherby, 1876) – umbilicate rocksnail 
                            Species Leptoxis virgata (I. Lea, 1841) – smooth mudalia 
                            Species Leptoxis vittata (I. Lea, 1860) – striped rocksnail 

  Reference for:    
  Other Source(s):    
  Source: NODC Taxonomic Code, database (version 8.0)  
  Acquired: 1996   
  Reference for: Leptoxis   
  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: Leptoxis   

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