Drosophila innubila (Fruit fly, TH190305) (UK_Dinn_1.0)

About Drosophila innubila

Drosophila innubila is a species of vinegar fly restricted to high-elevation woodlands in the mountains of the southern USA and Mexico, which it likely colonized during the last glacial period. Drosophila innubila is a kind of mushroom-breeding Drosophila, and member of the Drosophila quinaria species group. Drosophila innubila is best known for its association with a strain of male-killing Wolbachia bacteria. These bacteria are parasitic, as they drain resources from the host and cause half the infected female's eggs to abort. However Wolbachia may offer benefits to the fly's fitness in certain circumstances. The D. innubila genome was sequenced in 2019.

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Taxonomy ID 198719

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Taxonomy ID 198719

Data source University of Kansas

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Genome assembly: UK_Dinn_1.0

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