Arca ovalis Bruguière, 1789, [Basis of the current name] Range: 42°N to 35°S; 91°W to 35°W Depth: 0 to 11 m (live 1 to 11 m) Maximum Reported Size: 56 mm Distribution: USA: Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Florida: East Florida, West Florida; USA: Texas References: Zinn (1984) dM; Long Island Shell Club (1988) l; Lyons (1989b) DL; Mikkelsen (2005) c
Arca americana Wood, 1828, [Synonym] Attributed to: Gray MS References: Dall (1898b) s
Arca campechiensis Gmelin, 1791, [Synonym] References: Dall (1898b)
Arca cayenensis Lamarck, 1819, [Synonym] References: Mikkelsen (2005) s
Arca declivisDillwyn, 1817, p. 238, Not figured [Not available] Type Locality: Jamaica and Carolina Distribution: Jamaica References: Dall (1898b) s Comments: Name introduced in synonymy of Arca campechiensis.
Arca holmesiiKurtz, 1860, p. 5, Not figured [Synonym] Attributed to: Stimpson (1860) Type Locality: North and South Carolina Distribution: USA: North Carolina, South Carolina
Arca indica auct. non Gmelin, 1791, [Not available] References: Mikkelsen (2005) s Comments: Misidentification.
Arca pexata Say, 1822, [Synonymy uncertain] Range: 40°N to 38°N; 75.5°W to 74°W Maximum Reported Size: 64 mm Distribution: USA: New Jersey, Virginia References: Perkins (1869); B. B. Baker (1951) SWM; Lowden (1965) NE Combining Genera: Argina
Partial List of References
Dillwyn, L. W. 1817. A descriptive catalogue of recent shells A Descriptive Catalogue of Recent Shells 1-2 xii + 1-580; [iv] + 581-1121. John and Arthur Arch: Cornhill. Kurtz, J. D. 1860. Catalogue of Recent marine shells, found on the coasts of North and South Carolina 9 pp. Author: Portland.