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This list of sequenced animal genomes contains animal species for which complete genome sequences have been assembled, annotated and published. Substantially complete draft genomes are included, but not partial genome sequences or organelle-only sequences.

PoriferaEdit

CtenophoraEdit

PlacozoaEdit

CnidariaEdit

  • Hydra magnipapillata, a model medusozoan (2010[4])

DeuterostomiaEdit

EchinodermsEdit

HemichordatesEdit

UrochordatesEdit

CephalochordatesEdit

CyclostomesEdit

Cartilaginous FishEdit

Bony FishEdit

AmphibiansEdit

ReptilesEdit

BirdsEdit

MammalsEdit

ProtostomiaEdit

InsectsEdit

CrustaceansEdit

CheliceratesEdit

MolluscsEdit

PlatyhelminthesEdit

NematodesEdit

AnnelidsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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