Cytochrome oxidase subunit I (COI) barcode sequences in this file were obtained from gut DNA extracted from 54 freshly collected water mites, comprising 21 Lebertia quinquemaculosa , 30 Lebertia davidcooki , 1 Limnesia , and 2 Arrenurus specimens. Methods and other details about these sequences are described in a paper by the same authors in a submitted publication (2021: URL to be given here when published). Data on collection locations, primers (mLep and LCOI), amino acid translations, etc. are included in corresponding sequences uploaded to GenBank. The right column below contains additional notes on naming the taxa of the sequences that were not included in the GenBank annotation. These notes include the highest percentage identity to a previous sequence in GenBank as determined by BLASTN in June 2018. The FASTA file name given here includes the Accession ID, followed by the best match taxon (at an appropriate taxonomic level, dependent on the percent identity, as described in the notes in the right-hand column), the phrase "water mite diet isolate", a specific RamLab sequence identifier of the sequence, and then the COI gene description. Accession IDs of sequences uploaded to GenBank begin with MW; other sequences begin with RL and a RamLab sequence identifier. The RamLab sequence identifier in the FASTA name includes information as follows: RamLab ID number-location and date of collection with three location letters (e.g., BHL stands for Blue Heron Lagoon) and the date usually in a 6-character format of MMDDYY-information on the location of sequence on the Illunina sequencing plate-and a 4- to 6-character identifier of the mite species (Lq=L. quinquemaculosa ; Ldc=L. davidcooki ; Lim=Limnesia ; Arr=Arrenurus ) and the animal number in that series of experiments (2 digits).
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Vasquez, Adrian Amelio; Mohiddin, Obadeh; Li, Zeyu; Bonnici, Brittany L.; Gurdziel, Katherine; and Ram, Jeffrey L., "Mite Diet Sequences Obtained by High Throughput Sequencing of Gut Contents of Freshly Collected Water Mites" (2021). Physiology Faculty Research Publications. 2.