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Table 1 Sampling locations for cultured Diphyllatea-like organisms and environmental DNA

From: Enigmatic Diphyllatea eukaryotes: culturing and targeted PacBio RS amplicon sequencing reveals a higher order taxonomic diversity and global distribution

Strain/sample Sampling locality
Cultured samples
 Å85 Lake Årungen, Ås, Norway (59°41’N 10°44′E)
 KIINB Lake Inba, Thiba, Japan (35°44’N 140°10′E)
 KIKNR01, 02, 03 Kaen Nakon Reservoir, Thailand (16°24’N 102°50′E)
 KIVT01, 02, 03, 04 Hồ Dầu Tiếng, Vietnam (11°23’N 106°17′E)
 KIVTT01, 02 Turtle Farm, Ha Tinh, Vietnam (18°19’N 105°53′E)
Freshwater DNA
 Årungen Lake Årungen, Ås, Norway (59°41’N 10°44′E)
 BOR41 Lake by Kinabatangan river, Borneo, Malaysia (5°25’N 117°56′E)
 BOR42 Pond A, Sandakan, Borneo, Malaysia (5°50’N 118°7′E)
 BOR43 Pond B, Sandakan, Borneo, Malaysia (5°50’N 118°7′E)
 LD_DERW20 Derwent water, UK (54°34’N 3°8’W)
 LD_ESTH20 Esthwaite water, UK (54°21’N 2°59’W)
 LD_BASS2, 20 Bassenthwaite lake, UK (54°40’N 3°13’W)
 SA78, 81 Pond, Cape Town, South Africa (33°56’S 18°24′E)
Marine DNA
 NB038 Naples Bay, Italy (40°49’N 14°18′E)
 RA119 Roscoff, France (48°43’N 4°2’W)
 VA105 Varna, Bulgaria (43°11’N 28°0′E)
 20F268 Oslo Fjord, Norway (59°27’N 10°32′E)
  1. Environmental DNA samples were chosen based on size fractions encompassing the known cell size of Diphyllatea species/strains: 8–60μm (see Fig. 1, [6] and [8]). All environmental DNA was sampled subsurface