TABLE 1

Drosophila species and strains used in this study and their associated Wolbachia strain

SpeciesStrainSourceWolbachiaa
D. yakubaSA3Bom Successo, Africab wSty
D. yakuba0261.0cNDSRC
D. yakubaKB82This study wRi
D. yakubaKB83This study wRi
D. teissieriS-13aUmea wSty
D. teissieriS-33Cambridge wSty
D. teissieri0257.0dNDSRC wSty
D. teissieri1015Bloomington wSty
D. teissieriKB114This study wRi
D. teissieriKB115This study wRi
D. santomeaSTO.2Bom Successo, Africa wSty
D. santomeaSTO.7Bom Successo, Africa wSty
D. santomeaSTO.9eBom Successo, Africa wSty
D. santomeaSTO.4Bom Successo, Africa
D. santomeaSTO.8Bom Successo, Africa
D. santomeaSTO.10Bom Successo, Africa
D. santomeaKB127This study wRi
D. santomeaKB128This study wRi
  • a Based on partial wsp gene sequences.

  • b Collected by Daniel Lachaise on São Tomé Island (Lachaise et al. 2000).

  • c The D. yakuba strain 0261.0 was used as recipient to establish the two wRi-transinfected D. yakuba lines.

  • d The D. teissieri strain 0257.0 was used as recipient, after tetracycline treatment, to establish the two wRi-transinfected D. teissieri lines.

  • e The D. santomea strain STO.9 was used as recipient to establish the two wRi-transinfected D. santomea lines.

  • NDSRC, National Drosophila Species Resource Center.