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Bombus huntii

Resource Type
Common Name
Hunt bumblebee

Bombus huntii is a species of bumblebee. It is native to western North America, where it occurs in western Canada and the United States as far east as Manitoba and Minnesota, and in Mexico as far south as the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt.[1] Source:

This genome project is part of the Ag100Pest ( and Beenome 100 projects.

This dataset is not published - please follow Toronto/Ft. Lauderdale conditions of data re-use.

Childers AK, Geib SM, Sim SB, Poelchau MF, Coates BS, Simmonds TJ, Scully ED, Smith TPL, Childers CP, Corpuz RL, Hackett K, Scheffler B. The USDA-ARS Ag100Pest Initiative: High-Quality Genome Assemblies for Agricultural Pest Arthropod Research.. Insects. 2021 Jul 09; 12(7).
Organism Image
Image Credit
Hunt's bumble bee, Bombus huntii  (Hymenoptera: Apidae) - 5598197 by Hanna Royals, Museum Collections: Hymenoptera, USDA APHIS PPQ, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 License.
NameProgramDate Constructed
Bombus huntii genome assembly iyBomHunt1.1 (GCF_024542735.1)HiFiASMAug 9th, 2022
NCBI Bombus huntii Annotation Release 100NCBI Eukaryotic Genome Annotation PipelineSep 16th, 2022
Functional annotation of NCBI Bombus huntii Annotation Release 100AgBase functional annotation pipelineOct 19th, 2022
Assembly Stats
Scaffold N50
GC Content
Other Information
Community Contact
Jonathan Koch, USDA