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Table 5 Relative abundance of bacterial ASVsa present in every AIMS1–4 sample, and co-occurrence in other samplesb across all samples within each sample type

From: Microbiota characterization of Exaiptasia diaphana from the Great Barrier Reef

  Phylum – Family; Genus AIMS 1–4 (%) AIMS 1–4 water (%) Wild proxies (%) CC7 (%) H2 (%) Artemia salina (%)
1 Proteobacteria – Rhodobacteraceae; Thalassobius 5.09 0.31     
2 Bacteroidetes – Saprospiraceae 3.98 20.18     
3 Proteobacteria – Rhodobacteraceae; Sedimentitalea 3.59 0.78 0.06 0.76 3.80  
4 Proteobacteria – Alteromonadaceae; Alteromonas 3.30 1.28   2.44 2.16 51.84
5 Proteobacteria – Alteromonadaceae; Marinobacter 2.74 0.80     0.62
6 Proteobacteria – Rhodobacteraceae; Thalassobius 2.65 0.15     
7 Proteobacteria – Oligoflexaceae 2.01 0.10 0.06   0.59  
8 Proteobacteria – Rhodobacteraceae; Leisingera 1.93 0.18   0.18   0.38
9 Proteobacteria – Alteromonadaceae; Marinobacter 1.93 4.59     
10 Planctomycetes – Rubinisphaeraceae 1.42 0.10     
11 Proteobacteria – Hyphomonadaceae 1.22 2.23 0.66   0.60  
12 Proteobacteria – Bacteriovoracaceae; Peredibacter 1.14 0.62   0.01   
13 Proteobacteria – Pseudohongiellaceae; Pseudohongiella 1.12 3.63     
14 Proteobacteria – Rhodobacteraceae; Thalassobius 1.04 1.71     8.73
15 Proteobacteria – (Order: Cellvibrionales) 0.75 0.61     
16 Proteobacteria – Alcanivoracaceae; Alcanivorax 0.45 0.30    0.01 0.01
17 Proteobacteria – Bdellovibrionaceae; Bdellovibrio 0.25 0.38 0.01    
  1. aASVs are described to the deepest taxonomic level identified during bioinformatic processing. bEmpty cell = not detected within sample type