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National Institute for Environmental Studies (2021) Ogasawara DNA barcode database. 50 records, Contributed by Kondo N, Ueno R, Satake K, Yoshida K, Totsu K Online:https://www.gbif.jp/ipt/archive.do?r=nies_odbd, under CC BY 4.0, released on 01/03/2021.
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|Bounding Coordinates||South West [26.608, 142.122], North East [27.106, 142.238]|
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|Family||Tipulidae, Talitridae, Sphaeromatidae, Sphaeriidae|
|Genus||Gyraulus, Ablabesmyia, Thienemanniella, Cricotopus, Simulium, Limnophora, Physella, Macropelopia, Chironomus, Stenomelania|
|Start Date / End Date||2016-02-14 / 2017-01-20|
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|Title||DNA barcoding of freshwater invertebrates in Ogasawara Islands.|
The personnel involved in the project:
Freshwater invertebrates were sampled from rivers and dams in Ogasawara Islands from 2003 to 2017. Samples were collected on D-frame nets with a mesh size of 0.475 mm. We also picked up samples from the underneath the stones on the bottom of rivers. Samples were preserved in 99.5% ethanol until DNA extraction.
|Study Extent||Freshwater invertebrates were sampled in Ogasawara Islands from 2003 to 2017.|
Method step description:
- Specimens were removed from ethanol and identified by morphology.
- After morphological identification, samples were subjected to DNA extraction. Based on the partial sequence of COI, we checked for discrepancies in morphological identification and DNA sequence data.