Annotation details (ID: 954)

Experiment ID: 118

Field Description
namemetamorphosis of a butterfly-associated bacterial community
sraerp003400
sraerp003400
datamd53ac525ad212e002b9382b3c9ebcf810f
mapmd50f57decda4f7849c4b93f92691f7ba2f

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
118amnoncommon in captive raised teneral adult butterfly (common butterfly, heliconius erato, panama, tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forest biome, body proper, whole body, teneral adult, forest ecosystem)2017-04-11v4No6
Field Description
descriptioncommon in captive raised teneral adult butterfly
typecommon
num_sequences6
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2017-04-11
usernameamnon
privaten
allbutterfly
allheliconius erato
allpanama
alltropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forest biome
allbody proper
allwhole body
allteneral adult
allforest ecosystem

Annotation not flagged as potentially problematic

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: heliconiini obtectomera taxonomy root cellular organisms lepidoptera independent continuant pancrustacea protostomia body proper entity south africa republic of south africa eumetazoa north america papilionoidea kwazulu-natal province glossata heliconius erato material entity tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forest biome anatomy basic component butterfly neolepidoptera heliconius mandibulata eukaryota insect development stage anatomical structure amphiesmenoptera continuant hexapoda experimental factor south mosi swamp heteroneura anatomical entity neoptera whole body continent africa environmental system pterygota <winged insects> bilateria material anatomical entity heliconiinae metazoa opisthokonta geographic location dicondylia dbbact root organism part panama panarthropoda na organism ecosystem ditrysia arthropoda forest ecosystem province (republic of south africa) nymphalidae teneral adult organism subdivision central america sub-saharan africa ecdysozoa system multicellular anatomical structure insecta holometabola

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