About Caenorhabditis angaria
Caenorhabditis angaria is associated with the palm and sugarcane weevils, Rhynchophorus palmarum and Metamasius hemipterus (Curculionidae) in Trinidad and Florida. The nematodes propagate on decomposing tissue of coconut palms and sugar cane in the galleries of the weevils. Dauer larvae wave and are transported by adult weevils. The association is probably phoretic, although C. angaria can develop on dead weevils.
Genome Assembly & Annotation
- Mortazavi A, Schwarz EM, Williams B, Schaeffer L, Antoshechkin I, Wold BJ, Sternberg PW. Scaffolding a Caenorhabditis nematode genome with RNA-seq. Genome Res, 2010;20(12):1740-1747
|Data Source||California Institute of Technology|
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