Eufriesea mexicana (Bee, 0111107269) (ASM148370v1)

About Eufriesea mexicana

Eufriesea is a genus of euglossine bees. Like all orchid bees, they are restricted to the Neotropics. All species range from entirely to at least partially metallic (the face and/or tegulae), though much of the body in some species may be brown/black in color and hairy.

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Taxonomy ID 516756

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Taxonomy ID 516756

Data source Beijing Genomics Institute, Shenzhen

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Genome assembly: ASM148370v1

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Gene annotation

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