Pteropus alecto (black flying fox)
Representative genome: Pteropus alecto (assembly ASM32557v1)
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ID: 12056
Organism ImagePteropus alecto (black flying fox)

Pteropus alecto overview

Lineage: Eukaryota[4520]; Metazoa[1615]; Chordata[873]; Craniata[856]; Vertebrata[856]; Euteleostomi[846]; Mammalia[373]; Eutheria[366]; Laurasiatheria[207]; Chiroptera[36]; Megachiroptera[6]; Pteropodidae[6]; Pteropodinae[4]; Pteropus[2]; Pteropus alecto[1]
The black flying fox (also known as black fruit bat) is native to Australia, Papua New Guinea and Indonesia, and is among the largest bats in the world. It is described as non-echolocating, frugivorous (fruit-eating) and nectarivorous (feeding on nectar). This bat may be a vector for zoonotic diseases, making it a focus of biomedical research.


Submitter: BGI
Assembly level: Scaffold
Assembly: GCA_000325575.1 ASM32557v1 scaffolds: 65,598 contigs: 170,164 N50: 31,841 L50: 18,318
BioProjects: PRJNA232518, PRJNA171993
Whole Genome Shotgun (WGS): INSDC: ALWS00000000.1
Statistics: total length (Mb): 1985.98
 protein count: 39706
 GC%: 39.9
NCBI Annotation Release:  102

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