A Chromosome-length Assembly of the Black Petaltail (Tanypteryx hageni) Dragonfly

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We present a chromosome-length genome assembly and annotation of the Black Petaltail dragonfly (Tanypteryx hageni). This habitat specialist diverged from its sister species over 70 million years ago, and separated from the most closely related Odonata with a reference genome 150 million years ago. Using PacBio HiFi reads and Hi-C data for scaffolding we produce one of the most high-quality Odonata genomes to date. A scaffold N50 of 206.6 Mb and a single copy BUSCO score of 96.2% indicate high contiguity and completeness.

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Tolman, Ethan R, Beatty, Christopher D, Bush, Jonas, et al.. "A Chromosome-length Assembly of the Black Petaltail (Tanypteryx hageni) Dragonfly." Genome Biology and Evolution, 15, no. 3 (2023) Oxford University Press: https://doi.org/10.1093/gbe/evad024.

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