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ID: 13302
Organism ImageGeospiza fortis (medium ground-finch)

The medium ground finch of the Galapagos Islands

Lineage: Eukaryota[1252]; Metazoa[444]; Chordata[230]; Craniata[225]; Vertebrata[225]; Euteleostomi[221]; Archelosauria[68]; Archosauria[64]; Dinosauria[60]; Saurischia[60]; Theropoda[60]; Coelurosauria[60]; Aves[60]; Neognathae[58]; Passeriformes[10]; Passeroidea[3]; Fringillidae[2]; Emberizinae[1]; Thraupini[1]; Geospiza[1]; Geospiza fortis[1]
The medium ground finch (Geospiza fortis) is a seed-eating bird endemic to the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador. It inhabits subtropical or tropical dry forests and shrubland. The medium ground finch is one of "Darwin's finches"; a group of birds that evolved over a few million years from a single ancestral species into multiple species whose beak More...

 Representative (genome information for reference and representative genomes)

    Reference genome:

    • minus sign¬† Geospiza fortis GeoFor_1.0
      Loc Type Name RefSeq INSDC Size (Mb) GC% Protein tRNA Other RNA Gene Pseudogene
      master WGS.AKZB00000000.11,065.2941.716,36216624014,468225

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