The complete mitochondrial genome of the cryptic species in peanut worm Sipunculus nudus (Sipuncula, Sipunculidae) from Beibu Bay

@article{Zhong2018TheCM,
  title={The complete mitochondrial genome of the cryptic species in peanut worm Sipunculus nudus (Sipuncula, Sipunculidae) from Beibu Bay},
  author={Shengping Zhong and Yanfei Zhao and Qin Zhang and Xiuli Chen},
  journal={Mitochondrial DNA. Part B, Resources},
  year={2018},
  volume={3},
  pages={484 - 485}
}
Abstract The peanut worm Sipunculus nudus is an economic important species in the fishery and aquaculture in Indo-West Pacific. However, it is a species complex consisting of cryptic species, which can be difficult to identify based on morphology. Here, we report the complete mitochondrial genome sequence of S. nudus from Beibu Bay. The mitogenome has 15,375 base pairs and made up of total of 38 genes (13 protein-coding, 23 transfer RNAs, and two ribosomal RNAs), and a putative control region… 
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