Daphnia pulex (common water flea)
Representative genome: Daphnia pulex (assembly ASM2113471v1)
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ID: 288
Organism ImageDaphnia pulex (common water flea)

The water flea is a small crustacean commonly found in shallow ponds

Lineage: Eukaryota[8697]; Metazoa[4225]; Ecdysozoa[1838]; Arthropoda[1688]; Crustacea[64]; Branchiopoda[12]; Diplostraca[8]; Cladocera[7]; Anomopoda[7]; Daphniidae[7]; Daphnia[7]; Daphnia pulex[1]
The water flea Daphnia pulex is commonly found in shallow ponds. This small Crustacean, less than 3 mm in size, is barely visible with the naked eye. Water fleas are an important and environmentally sensitive member of the food chain in ponds and lakes; they feed on algae and are in turn food for other animals such as fish or other small animals More...

Summary

Sequence data: genome assemblies: 4; sequence reads: 30 (See  Genome Assembly and Annotation report)
Statistics: median total length (Mb): 172.349
 median protein count: 30611
 median GC%: 40.1448

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