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Lemur catta (Ring-tailed lemur)
Representative genome: Lemur catta (assembly mLemCat1.pri)
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Organism ImageLemur catta (Ring-tailed lemur)

The ring-tailed lemur is a primate native to Madagascar

Lineage: Eukaryota[13895]; Metazoa[6624]; Chordata[3174]; Craniata[3146]; Vertebrata[3146]; Euteleostomi[3113]; Mammalia[849]; Eutheria[675]; Euarchontoglires[328]; Primates[189]; Strepsirrhini[52]; Lemuriformes[40]; Lemuridae[16]; Lemur[1]; Lemur catta[1]
The ring-tailed lemur Lemur catta is a social animal that lives in trees and on the ground in Madagascar. L. catta is a member of the prosimians, a very primitive group of primates. Its genome sequence will be useful for comparative genomics studies of primates.

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Sequence data: genome assemblies: 4 (See  Genome Assembly and Annotation report)
Statistics: median total length (Mb): 2256.09
 median protein count: 45154
 median GC%: 41.2
NCBI Annotation Release:  100

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