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Harry H. W. (1985). Synopsis of the supraspecific classification of living oysters (Bivalvia: Gryphaeidae and Ostreidae). The Veliger 28: 121-158
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Harry, H. W.
1985
Synopsis of the supraspecific classification of living oysters (Bivalvia: Gryphaeidae and Ostreidae
The Veliger
28: 121-158
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Published 1 October 1985
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Booneostrea Harry, 1985 (original description)
Booneostrea cucullina (Deshayes, 1863) sensu Harry, 1985 accepted as Booneostrea subucula (Jousseaume in Lamy, 1925) (basis of record)
Cryptostrea Harry, 1985 accepted as Ostrea Linnaeus, 1758 (original description)
Gryphaeidae Vialov, 1936 (additional source)
Myrakeena Harry, 1985 accepted as Ostrea Linnaeus, 1758 (original description)
Nanostrea Harry, 1985 (original description)
Nanostrea exigua Harry, 1985 accepted as Nanostrea pinnicola (Pagenstecher, 1877) (original description)
Ostreidae Rafinesque, 1815 (additional source)
Ostreoidea Rafinesque, 1815 (additional source)
Parahyotissa (Numismoida) Harry, 1985 represented as Parahyotissa Harry, 1985 accepted as Hyotissa Stenzel, 1971 (original description)
Parahyotissa mcgintyi Harry, 1985 accepted as Hyotissa mcgintyi (Harry, 1985) (original description)
Parastriostrea Harry, 1985 accepted as Saccostrea Dollfus & Dautzenberg, 1920 (original description)
Planostrea Harry, 1985 (original description)
Pustulostrea Harry, 1985 (original description)
Teskeyostrea Harry, 1985 (original description)
Undulostrea Harry, 1985 accepted as Ostrea Linnaeus, 1758 (original description)
 Status

Synonymized under H. hyotis by Harry (1985) and Coan & Valentich-Scott (2012: 248), but Huber (2010: 184, 614) made ... [details]

 Synonymy

Kirkendale et al.'s (2004) molecular analysis found the type species of Hyotissa nested among two nominal species ... [details]

 Synonymy

Kirkendale et al.'s (2004) molecular analysis found the type species of Hyotissa nested among two nominal species ... [details]

 Type species

Inaba & Torigoe (2004, Bulletin of the Nishinomiya Shell Museum, 3: 42) have argued that Harry had misidentified ... [details]