Moth

As a step towards open and early release of Darwin Tree of Life data, we are making available raw data before submission to ENA and early-pass assemblies for use by the community. Please note that the assemblies below are from the earliest stages of analysis, have not been polished to remove assembly errors and have not been scaffolded to produce chromosomal molecules. They may contain contaminant genomes, symbionts and assembly errors. The final assemblies will differ in sequence and contiguity; these will be annotated and released to ENA in due course.

The specimens were collected by the Oxford Wytham Woods and Edinburgh Lohse lab teams. DNA extraction and sequencing was carried out by the Sanger Institute Scientific Operations teams. Assemblies were carried out by the Tree of Life team (Shane McCarthy) and colleagues in Pacific Biosciences (Jonas Korlach).

Species Raw data Draft assemblies
Autographa gamma (silver Y moth) PacBio CCS Redbean assembly
Falcon assembly
Craniophora ligustri (coronet moth) PacBio CCS Redbean assembly
Falcon assembly
Endotricha flammealis (the rose-flounced tabby moth) PacBio CCS Redbean assembly
Falcon assembly
Noctua fimbriata (broad-bordered yellow underwing moth) PacBio CCS Redbean assembly
Falcon assembly
Notocelia uddmanniana (bramble shoot moth) PacBioCCS Redbean assembly
Falcon assembly
Parapoynx stratiotata (ringed china-mark moth) PacBio CCS Redbean assembly
Falcon assembly
Thyatira batis (peach blossom moth) PacBio CCS Redbean assembly
Falcon assembly
Vanessa atalanta (red admiral butterfly) PacBio CCS Redbean assembly
Falcon assembly

The Darwin Tree of Life Project has an Open Data Release policy, which can be found below: