Aplysia californica (California sea hare)
Representative genome: Aplysia californica (assembly AplCal3.0)
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ID: 443
Organism ImageAplysia californica (California sea hare)

The sea slug is a gastropod found in the coastal regions of California

Lineage: Eukaryota[2325]; Metazoa[776]; Lophotrochozoa[22]; Mollusca[15]; Gastropoda[5]; Heterobranchia[3]; Euthyneura[3]; Euopisthobranchia[1]; Aplysiomorpha[1]; Aplysioidea[1]; Aplysiidae[1]; Aplysia[1]; Aplysia californica[1]
The sea slug Aplysia californica, also called the California sea hare, is a large gastropod that lives in vegetation-rich coastal areas. A. californica is a model organism for studies in cellular, molecular, and behavior neuroscience and evolutionary biology.


Submitter: Broad Institute
Assembly level: Scaffold
Assembly: GCA_000002075.2 AplCal3.0 scaffolds: 4,332 contigs: 164,545 N50: 9,586 L50: 16,681
BioProjects: PRJNA209509, PRJNA13635
Whole Genome Shotgun (WGS): INSDC: AASC00000000.3
Statistics: total length (Mb): 927.31
 protein count: 27608
 GC%: 41.9999
NCBI Annotation Release:  101

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