Phagocata gracilis

Overview
Full NamePhagocata gracilis
GenusPhagocata
Speciesgracilis
Common NameP. gracilis
AbbreviationPgr
  • P. gracilis is distributed in the eastern United States, south of the Delaware River and east of the Missouri River.
  • The animal are 8-30mm long and 1.5-6mm wide.
  • The head is truncated at the anterior end with a slightly bulging frontal margin.
  • The auricles are rounded and protruding laterally at the anterior end of the head.
  • The coloration on the dorsal side is dark brown to almost black.
  • The ventral side is somewhat lighter than the dorsal side.
  • There are multiple pharynges that are extruded outside the worm body through only one mouth.
  • Their reproduction is sexual.


Reference: R Kenk, Oceanography and Limnology Program (Smithsonian Institution), United States Environmental Protection Agency. Freshwater planarians (Turbellaria) of North America. Washington, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1972.

Feature Summary
The following features are currently present for this organism
Feature TypeCount
mRNA65,604
polypeptide32,802
CDS32,802
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Transcriptome

Pgracilis.nt

Coding Sequence

Pgracilis.cds.nt

Translated Amino Acid Sequence

Pgracilis.aa

Source

Where to Purchase

P. gracilis can be ordered as "black planaria" from Ward's Science or Carolina Biological.

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