The mitogenome of Hydropsyche pellucidula (Hydropsychidae): first gene arrangement in the insect order Trichoptera

Abstract : We describe the mitochondrial genome of Hydropsyche pellucidula Curtis 1834, which is first described for the suborder Annulipalpia and the first in the order Trichoptera to show a non-canonical gene order. The mitogenome was obtained by de novo assembly of shotgun sequenced total genomic DNA using Illumina Miseq technology, which produced an average coverage of 115× and a minimum coverage of 48×. The mitochondrial genome includes 13 protein-coding genes, 2 rRNAs and 22 tRNAs. The genome is characterized by a rearrangement in the relative position of protein-coding and ribosomal genes. This mitogenome sequence will be useful for studying the family Hydropsychidae, which is commonly used for freshwater pollution biomonitoring.
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Benjamin Linard, P. Arribas, C. Andújar, A. Crampton-Platt, A. P. Vogler. The mitogenome of Hydropsyche pellucidula (Hydropsychidae): first gene arrangement in the insect order Trichoptera. Mitochondrial DNA Part A, Taylor and Francis, 2016, 28 (1), pp.71-72. ⟨10.3109/19401736.2015.1110803⟩. ⟨hal-01636904⟩

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