Response Statement - Dwarf Wedgemussel
This freshwater mussel is small (< 55 mm long) and roughly trapezoidal in shape. The outside of the shell is brown or yellowish-brown, with greenish rays visible in young or pale-coloured specimens. The nacre is bluish or silvery white and is iridescent in the posterior part of the shell. The hinge teeth are small but distinct. This species is unique in that it has two lateral teeth in the right valve and one in the left; other species have two lateral teeth in the left valve and one in the right.
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