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Table 1 Basic read, coverage and size data for each taxon. Museum ID refers to a special identification or catalogue number for speciments at the Natural Science Research Laboratory, Museum of Texas Tech University

From: Whole mitochondrial genomes provide increased resolution and indicate paraphyly in deer mice

Taxon Museum ID Reads Avg. coverage Genome size
Habromys ixtlani (Goodwin, 1964) [35] TK 93158 1,912,125 22 16,515
Isthmomys pirrensis (Goldman, 1912) [31] TK 22583 1,689,780 106 16,628
Neotomadon alstoni (Merriam, 1898) [16] TK 148849 1,401,025 106 16,776
Neotoma mexicana (Baird, 1855) [30] TK 93257 2,967,246 102 16,697
Peromyscus attwateri (Allen, 1895) [37] TK 116711 1,082,677 122 16,679
Peromyscus aztecus (Saussure, 1860) [32] TK 93385 2,568,999 50 16,692
Peromyscus crinitus (Merriam, 1891) [27] TK 119629 1,389,297 65 16,703
Peromyscus megalops (Merriam, 1898) [48] TK 93381 1,444,002 33 16,925
Peromyscus mexicanus (Sassure, 1860) [32] TK 93144 1,524,641 243 16,860
Peromyscus pectoralis (Osgood, 1904) [36] TK 148816 1,771,386 238 16,833
Peromyscus polionotus (Wagner, 1984) [33] TK 24228 1,059,501 30 16,413
Podomys floridanus (Chapman, 1889) [49] TK 92501 1,738,547 62 16,517
Reithrodontomys mexicanus (Sassure, 1860) [32] TK 104488 1,576,095 190 16,606
Sigmodon hispidus (Say and Ord, 1825) [26] 160,320 1,055,119 27 16,394
Mean   1,655,746 114 16,664