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  BIN DETAILS:
  BIN URI: BOLD:AAA8398 Average Distance: 0.6% (p-dist)
  DOI: dx.doi.org/10.5883/BOLD:AAA8398 Maximum Distance: 2.07% (p-dist)
  Member Count: 55 [46 Public] Distance to Nearest Neighbor: 2.93% (p-dist)
  Barcode Compliant Members: 18
  Founding Record:
 
  NEAREST NEIGHBOR (NN) DETAILS:
  Nearest BIN URI: BOLD:ADB2394 Average Distance: 0.23% (p-dist)
  Member Count: 8 Maximum Distance: 0.64% (p-dist)
  Nearest Member: PBCB039-17 Distance Variance: 0.03% (p-dist)
  Nearest Member Taxonomy: Arthropoda, Malacostraca, Isopoda, Idoteidae, Idotea, Idotea balthica 
 
  TAXONOMY:
  Phylum:
Arthropoda [56]
  Class:
Malacostraca [56]
  Order:
Isopoda [56]
  Family:
Idoteidae [56]
  Subfamily:
  Genus:
Idotea [56]
  Species:
Idotea baltica [33]
Idotea balthica [23]
  Subspecies:

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  DISTANCE DISTRIBUTION:
 
  PUBLICATIONS:
  Adriana E. Radulovici, Bernard Sainte-Marie and France Dufresne DNA barcoding of marine crustaceans from the Estuary and Gulf of St Lawrence: a regional-scale approach Molecular Ecology Resources 2009-04-21;9(S1):181-187 (PDF)
  Lars Podsiadlowski and Thomas Bartolomaeus Major rearrangements characterize the mitochondrial genome of the isopod Idotea baltica (Crustacea: Peracarida). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 2006-09-01;40(3):893-899 (PDF)
 
  TREE RECONSTRUCTION OF BIN & NEAREST NEIGHBOR:
 

 
 
  HAPLOTYPE NETWORK:
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  COLLECTION LOCATION:
  Countries:
Canada - [5]
North Sea - [6]
Iceland - [6]
United States - [2]
Germany - [15]
Sweden - [11]
Denmark - [2]
Finland - [3]
Norway - [4]
 
 
  DATA MANAGERS:
  Public Data: Private Data:
  DISCO MBC LACM - [1]
Michael J. Raupach - [6]
Annie M Evankow - [1]
France Dufresne - [3]
Adriana E. Radulovici - [1]
Student Portal Manager - [1]
Sujeevan Ratnasingham - [32]
Marie Foreid - [1]
Michael J. Raupach - [4]
Pedro E.F.R. Vieira - [4]
Kyle M Knysh - [1]
Katrine Kongshavn - [1]
 
 
BIN COMPLIANT WITH METADATA REQUIREMENTS

Specimen Images:
  RUPEI025-19 {Idotea balthica}
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Attribution:
Specimen Depositories:
Carl von Ossietzky Universitat Oldenburg - [4]
Deutsches Zentrum fuer Marine Biodiversitaetsforschung - [6]
Mined from GenBank, NCBI - [32]
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County - [1]
Ocean Genome Legacy - [1]
Tromso University Museum - [1]
Universidade de Aveiro - [2]
Universite du Quebec a Rimouski - [4]
University of Bergen, Natural History Collections - [1]
University of Minho - [2]
University of New England - [1]
University of Prince Edward Island - [1]
 
Sequencing Centers:
Biodiversity Institute of Ontario - [11]
Carl von Ossietzky Universitat Oldenburg - [4]
Centre for Biodiversity Genomics - [2]
Deutsches Zentrum fuer Marine Biodiversitaetsforschung - [3]
Generic Commercial Labs - [1]
Ocean Genome Legacy - [1]
Smithsonian Institution, Laboratories of Analytical Biology - [1]
 
Photography:
Griffen Wakelin - [1]
L. Ljungfeldt - [2]
Marie Merkel - [1]
Michael Raupach - [10]
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County - [4]
Ocean Genome Legacy - [2]
 
Collectors:
Adriana Radulovici - [2]
Angar Ingolfsson - [1]
Isabel Schmalenbach - [4]
John Richard Hansen - [1]
Karl Gunnarsson - [1]
Kyle Knysh - [1]
Michael Raupach - [4]
PBCB Bioblitz 2017 - [1]
Sandra Ditzler - [2]
Sarah Salisbury - [1]
Traian Brad - [2]
UM/BIO stations - [1]
 
Specimen Identification:
DISCO MBC LACM - [1]
Gudmundur Vidir Helgasson - [1]
Isabel Schmalenbach - [4]
Jan Beermann - [2]
Jon A Kongsrud - [1]
Kyle M Knysh - [1]
Michael J. Raupach - [4]
Student - [1]
 
Sequencing Support:
Canadian Barcode of Life Network - [1]
International Barcode of Life (WG1.8) - [3]
 
 

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