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Bivalvia - Pectinida - Pectinidae
It was recombined as Chlamys (Zygochlamys) anderssoni by Fleming (1957); it was recombined as Chlamys (Chlamys) anderssoni by Gazdzicki and Pugaczewska (1984); it was recombined as Chlamys patagonica anderssoni by Beu (1985); it was recombined as Chlamys anderssoni by Gazdzicki and Webb (1996); it was recombined as Zygochlamys anderssoni by Gazdzicki and Studencka (1997); it was recombined as Austrochlamys anderssoni by Jonkers (2003) and Beu and Taviani (2013).
|Year||Name and author|
|1911||Myochlamys anderssoni Hennig p. 11 figs. pl. 1, fig. 1-5|
|1957||Chlamys (Zygochlamys) anderssoni Fleming figs. text-fig. 1C|
|1984||Chlamys (Chlamys) anderssoni Gazdzicki and Pugaczewska p. 96|
|1985||Chlamys patagonica anderssoni Beu p. 7|
|1996||Chlamys anderssoni Gazdzicki and Webb p. 165|
|1997||Zygochlamys anderssoni Gazdzicki and Studencka figs. fig. 2|
|2003||Austrochlamys anderssoni Jonkers p. 64|
|2013||Austrochlamys anderssoni Beu and Taviani p. 11|
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|A. Beu and M. Taviani 2013||A large Austrochlamys species with 13–15 pri- mary radial costae on juvenile specimens, 30–35 apparent primary costae on adults, many subdivided and interca- lated secondary and finer costae filling radial interspaces closely, and obvious coarse commarginal ridges over the entire surface.|