Australian and New Zealand species of this genus have been placed in Limnoperna by some authors, but recent genetic work has shown that Xenostrobus and Limnoperna are distinct genera. See Colgan & da Costa, 2013.
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Colgan, D.J., da Costa, P., 2013. Invasive and non-invasive lineages in Xenostrobus (Bivalvia: Mytilidae)., Molluscan Research, Vol. 33(4): 272-280.