Symbiont subclade - D1-4 (ITS2)

Symbiont subclade found in 25 samples, associated with 17 host species, from 11 locations from Central GBR, Northern GBR, Southern GBR.

Sequence(s)

The symbiont subclade D1-4 has a single reported sequence (see below).

D1-4 (GenBank ) profile contains a mix of D1 and D4 sequences see D1 and D4 for sequence info



Host associations

Species% Samples with D1-4 Depth (investigated depth)Other Symbiodinium found in this species
Acanthastrea echinata 33 % (total n = 3) 6 - 8 m (6 - 8 m) C3
Acropora cerealis 0 % (total n = 20) 0 m (3 - 15 m) C1, C1 & C3, C1 & C3 & D1, C1 & C3 & D1-4, C1c, C3, C3h, C3i, C3k
Diploastrea heliopora 18 % (total n = 11) 5 - 7 m (2 - 15 m) C3, C3 & C40, C3 & C40 & D1-4
Echinopora hirsutissima 33 % (total n = 3) 0 m (3 - 7 m) C3h, C40
Echinopora pacificus 20 % (total n = 5) 3 - 7 m (3 - 7 m) C1, C3, C3 & C40
Favia sp. 6 % (total n = 17) 5 - 7 m (0 - 18 m) C1, C1c, C22a, C3, C3h
Galaxea astreata 17 % (total n = 6) 10 - 15 m (10 - 55 m) C1, C3
Galaxea fascicularis 7 % (total n = 14) 6 - 8 m (0 - 18 m) C1, C1c, C21 & C3 & C40, C3, C3 & C40, C3 & Symbiodinium sp. ex Heteroxenia, C3i
Galaxea horrescens 100 % (total n = 1) 5 - 7 m (5 - 7 m)
Galaxea sp. 7 % (total n = 15) 5 - 7 m (2 - 7 m) C1 & C21, C21, C21 & C3, C21new_Tonk & C3, C3 & C40, C3 & C40 & D1-4, C3i
Goniastrea favulus 5 % (total n = 20) 0 m (0 - 15 m) C21, C3, D(undefined)
Hydnophora microconos 0 % (total n = 3) 0 m (3 - 6 m) C1, C3 & D1-4
Leptoria phrygia 0 % (total n = 2) 0 m (3 - 4 m) C3, C3 & D1-4
Litophyton sp. 100 % (total n = 2) 3 - 7 m (3 - 7 m)
Montastraea curta 0 % (total n = 1) 0 m (3 - 4 m) C3 & D1-4
Nephthea sp. 4 % (total n = 23) 0 m (0 - 15 m) B1, B36, B36 & C1, C1, C1c, D4-5, Symbiodinium sp. StereoSH1, Symbiodinium sp. ex Heteroxenia
Porites cylindrica 0 % (total n = 43) 0 m (0 - 18 m) C1, C15, C15 & D1-4, C15f, C60
Displayed data is extracted from the following publications: LaJeunesse 2003 (link) LaJeunesse 2004 (link) Tonk unpublished (link)


Please reference as: Tonk L*, Bongaerts P*, Sampayo EM, Hoegh-Guldberg O (2013) SymbioGBR: a web-based database of
Symbiodinium associated with cnidarian hosts on the Great Barrier Reef.
BMC Ecology 13:7