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Fungal communities collected from the three distinct chambers of Myrmecodia beccarii from five locations in northern Queensland

James Cook University
Greenfield, Melinda
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Brief description

Dataset containing 374 fungal OTUs with taxonomy and sample abundances.

Full description

Dataset containing:

1) 374 fungal operational taxonomic units (OTUs) with OTUID, representative sequence, taxonomy, Accession number (closest match of representative sequence to sequence in GenBank), UNITE species hypothesis number, score, e-value, sequence information (e.g. length, percentage similarity to closest match, percentage coverage to closest match), total sequence abundance, and sample abundances for the 135 samples.

2) sample data for 135 samples collected from five locations including: sampleCode (label given to the sample), location (where the sample was collected from: Annan River National Park, Cardwell, Cowley Beach, Kutini-Payamu National Park, Port Douglas), site (some locations had more than one site and this is indicated), sampleType (three chamber types: waste, nursery and ventilation chambers).

Data was collected to establish if fungal communities differ in the three different chambers of Myrmecodia beccarii and if they do, whether there is consistency in fungal communities across the five locations sampled. 

Methodology: whole M. beccarii ant-plants were collected between March 2016 and March 2017 - Cowley Beach (March 2016), Cardwell (August 2016), Kutini-Payamu National Park (September 2016), Annan River National Park (October 2016), Port Douglas (March 2017). The three chamber types were collected from dissected M. beccarii ant-plants and fungal DNA was extracted from these samples (at James Cook University).  Multiplexing PCR was conducted and PacBio sequencing was used to sequence whole fungal communities in the different chambers.

Notes

Data table for 374 fungal OTUs including taxonomic information, BLASTn search results, and sequence abundance data for each OTU across samples collected from five locations (in MS Excel spreadsheet format). Sample data also provided in second worksheet including sample code, location, chamber type and date of collection. A third worksheet contains notes that explain column headings and abbreviations. Also saved in Open Document (.ods) format.

Created: 2021-11-15

This dataset is part of a larger collection

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  • DOI : 10.25903/5f713cd732757