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Table 2 The melon fly (Zeugodacus cucurbitae) and Oriental fruit fly (Bactrocera dorsalis) adult populations used in this study

From: Bacterial communities in the gut of wild and mass-reared Zeugodacus cucurbitae and Bactrocera dorsalis revealed by metagenomic sequencing

Wild or mass-reared adultsAccession codeHostLocationNumber of samplesa
Z. cucurbitaeWFCCucurbita sp.Gouribidanur, Karnataka, India30
 WMCCucurbita sp.Gouribidanur, Karnataka, India30
B. dorsalisWFDMangifera indicaDahanu, Maharashtra, India30
WMDMangifera indicaDahanu, Maharashtra, India30
Z. cucurbitaeMFCLagenaria sicerariaInsect rearing facility, BARC, Mumbai, India30
MMCLagenaria sicerariaInsect rearing facility, BARC, Mumbai, India30
NFCLagenaria sicerariaInsect rearing facility, BARC, Mumbai, India30
NMCLagenaria sicerariaInsect rearing facility, BARC, Mumbai, India30
B. dorsalisMFDMusa sp.Insect rearing facility, BARC, Mumbai, India30
MMDMusa sp.Insect rearing facility, BARC, Mumbai, India30
NFDMusa sp.Insect rearing facility, BARC, Mumbai, India30
NMDMusa sp.Insect rearing facility, BARC, Mumbai, India30
  1. Z cucurbitae: WFC Wild female cucurbitae; WMC Wild male cucurbitae; MFC Mature female cucurbitae; MMC Mature male cucurbitae; NFC Newly emerged female cucurbitae; NMC Newly emerged male cucurbitae. B. dorsalis; WFD Wild female dorsalis; WMD Wild male dorsalis; MFD Mature female dorsalis; MMD Mature male dorsalis; NFD Newly emerged female dorsalis and NMD: Newly emerged male dorsalis.
  2. aPooled DNA of fifteen adult samples of male/female as one replicate and two replicates were used for both species in this study