Spengler's Freshwater Mussel

Spengler's freshwater mussel scientific name (Margaritifera auricularia or Pseudunio auricularia) is a species of European freshwater mussel, an aquatic bivalve mollusk in the family Margaritiferidae, the freshwater pearl mussels. It is named after Lorenz Spengler.

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