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Anastrepha obliqua

Resource Type
Common Name
West Indian fruit fly

Anastrepha obliqua is the most abundant species of Anastrepha in the West Indies and Panama. Like the Caribbean fruit fly, Anastrepha obliqua also attacks other tropical fruits of little economic importance.


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

This genome project is part of the Ag100Pest project (

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
west indian fruit fly (Anastrepha obliqua) by Jeffrey W. Lotz, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License
NameProgramDate Constructed
NCBI Anastrepha obliqua Annotation Release GCF_027943255.1-RS_2023_03NCBI Eukaryotic Genome Annotation PipelineApr 3rd, 2023
Functional annotation of NCBI Anastrepha obliqua Annotation Release GCF_027943255.1-RS_2023_03AgBase functional annotation pipelineApr 14th, 2023
Anastrepha obliqua genome assembly idAnaObli1_1.0 (GCF_027943255.1)HiFiASMJan 24th, 2023
Assembly Stats
Scaffold N50
GC Content
Other Information
Community Contact
Scott Geib, USDA-ARS