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Table 1 Summary of the newly sequenced species and their mt genomes

From: Variability of mitochondrial ORFans hints at possible differences in the system of doubly uniparental inheritance of mitochondria among families of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionida)

FamilySpeciesCountryLatitudeLongitudeSexual systemGenBank accession numbers
IridinidaeChambardia rubensMauritania16.33880−11.97809dioeciousMK761138  
MulleriidaeAnodontites elongataBrasil−14.67936−56.23611dioeciousMK761136  
Fossula fossiculiferaBrasil−14.67936−56.23611dioeciousMK761140  
Lamproscapha ensiformisBrasil−16.00573−55.90867unknownMK761141  
Monocondylaea parchappiiBrasil−14.67936−56.23611hermaphroditicMK761142  
HyriidaeCastalia ambiguaBrasil−14.67936−56.23611dioeciousMK761137  
Diplodon suavidicusBrasil−6.018083−60.194306unknownMK761139  
Prisodon obliquusBrasil−6.018083−60.194306unknownMK761143  
Westralunio carteriAustralia−33.30210115.81770dioecious MK761145MK761146
MargaritiferidaePseudunio auriculariusFrance47.017100.56310dioecious MK761144 
  1. For each species for which at least one mt genome sequence was obtained in this study (either complete or largely complete), the respective family, and the provenance of the specimen(s) used for the sequencing (columns ‘Country’, ‘Latitude’, ‘Longitude’) are indicated, as well as the respective sexual system. For each mtDNA sequenced, its type is specified: non-DUI., mtDNA of dioecious or hermaphroditic species with no evidence of DUI presence or secondary loss; F and M, female- and male-transmitted mtDNAs of dioecious DUI species, respectively. The only available mtDNA of Pseudunio auricularius, a dioecious species for which no evidence of DUI has been produced yet (no M mtDNA sequence available yet), which carries an F-orf, has been considered as F for simplicity