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Total RNA sequenced from one adult lady beetle fed pollen as adult. First of two (paired Illumina) files.

Two sequenced samples, total RNA from a single individual adult specimen of Coleomegilla maculata, a beneficial lady beetle common in agroecosystems and native to North America. One sample was an adult fed only insect eggs (carnivore diet) and one sample was an adult fed only pollen (plant-based diet); insects were reared from the same egg mass (siblings), fed identical diet while in larval stage.
BioProject: Coleomegilla maculata strain:inbred Mississippi Transcriptome or Gene expression
Taxonomy: Coleomegilla maculata
Project data type: Transcriptome or Gene expression
Scope: Multiisolate
US Department of Agriculture
Accession: PRJNA236444
ID: 236444
Coleomegilla maculata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). Common name unassigned, but commonly referred to as Pink Lady Beetle. Native to North America, widespread. Beneficial insect that feeds on spider mites, Lepidoptera eggs, eggs of Colorado potato beetle and many others. Sequenced by U. of Wash http://www.htseq.org/

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