|Captive / Cultivated?
|Hampton Roads Academy
The queen ant is black and brown. It has a small structure. Has 1 pair of wings. The wings are only brown. The bug has 6 legs that are brown and black. Four wings, sparse ribs; front wings are larger than back wings. Chewing type for the mouth part. Completed Metamorphosis.
|Arthropoda Hexapoda Insecta Hymenoptera
|DNA extraction location
|Single or Duplex PCR
|Gel electrophoresis system
Overall I think I’ve made no mistakes, however I struggled on the DNA extraction process. The pellet was very small and it was visible. The pellet was a brown color
|Explanation of confidence level
There may have been a switch between the Wolbachia DNA and the negative arthropod control in the Wolbachia band. In the Wolbachia band the negative arthropod control should not have a band.
|Wolbachia 16S sequence
|Arthropod COI sequence
|The Hymenoptera was found to be postive for Wolbachia.