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New Ag100Pest genomes available: Diprion similis, Neodiprion fabricii, Neodiprion pinetum, and Neodiprion virginiana

Four new organisms from the Ag100Pest project ( are available at the i5k Workspace.

New organisms:

  • Diprion similis: genome assembly iyDipSimi1.1 (GCF_021155765.1) and NCBI annotation release 100
  • Neodiprion fabricii genome assembly iyNeoFabr1.1 (GCF_021155785.1) and NCBI annotation release 100
  • Neodiprion pinetum: genome assembly  iyNeoPine1.1 (GCF_021155775.1) and NCBI annotation release 100
  • Neodiprion virginiana: genome assembly iyNeoVirg1.1 (GCF_021901495.1) and NCBI annotation release 100

New organism and dataset pages (; browsers with mapped RNA-Seq (; file downloads, including functional annotations (; and BLAST databases ( are available. Apollo registration for all organisms can be accessed at

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