Skip to main content

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; GenusAIMS 1–4 (%)AIMS 1–4 water (%)Wild proxies (%)CC7 (%)H2 (%)Artemia salina (%)
1Proteobacteria – Rhodobacteraceae; Thalassobius5.090.31    
2Bacteroidetes – Saprospiraceae3.9820.18    
3Proteobacteria – Rhodobacteraceae; Sedimentitalea3.590.780.060.763.80 
4Proteobacteria – Alteromonadaceae; Alteromonas3.301.28 2.442.1651.84
5Proteobacteria – Alteromonadaceae; Marinobacter2.740.80   0.62
6Proteobacteria – Rhodobacteraceae; Thalassobius2.650.15    
7Proteobacteria – Oligoflexaceae2.010.100.06 0.59 
8Proteobacteria – Rhodobacteraceae; Leisingera1.930.18 0.18 0.38
9Proteobacteria – Alteromonadaceae; Marinobacter1.934.59    
10Planctomycetes – Rubinisphaeraceae1.420.10    
11Proteobacteria – Hyphomonadaceae1.222.230.66 0.60 
12Proteobacteria – Bacteriovoracaceae; Peredibacter1.140.62 0.01  
13Proteobacteria – Pseudohongiellaceae; Pseudohongiella1.123.63    
14Proteobacteria – Rhodobacteraceae; Thalassobius1.041.71   8.73
15Proteobacteria – (Order: Cellvibrionales)0.750.61    
16Proteobacteria – Alcanivoracaceae; Alcanivorax0.450.30  0.010.01
17Proteobacteria – Bdellovibrionaceae; Bdellovibrio0.250.380.01   
  1. aASVs are described to the deepest taxonomic level identified during bioinformatic processing. bEmpty cell = not detected within sample type