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Fig. 5 | Genome Biology

Fig. 5

From: Molecular evolutionary trends and feeding ecology diversification in the Hemiptera, anchored by the milkweed bug genome

Fig. 5

Comparison of repeat content estimations. a Comparison of total repetitive content among insect genomes. The three values for Oncopeltus are shown (in ascending order: original Illumina assembly, gap-filled assembly, Illumina-PacBio hybrid estimate). Values for the three hemipterans labeled in red text are from RepeatModeler (gold bars for the pea aphid and bed bug; blue and gold bars for Oncopeltus). All other values are from the respective genome papers, including a second value corresponding to the published repeat content for the first version of the aphid genome [6, 10, 110, 158,159,160,161,162,163]. Species abbreviations as in Fig. 4 and additionally Nlug, Nilaparvata lugens; Lmig, Locusta migratoria; Bmor, Bombyx mori; Aalb, Aedes albopictus. b Comparison of repetitive element categories between the three hemipteran genomes, based on results from RepeatModeler. Here, we present assembly coverage as actual sequence length (Mb) to emphasize the greater repeat content in Oncopeltus (based on the gap-filled assembly, see also Additional file 1: Supplemental Note 2.3)

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