Figure 1: Inset: a gene map of the region spanning 600,000–770,000 bp along the H. walsbyi J07HQW1 genome, the corresponding regions in the other H. walsbyi genomes, and the environmental contigs. Full image: an expanded view of the region denoted in the inset. Syntenic regions are marked by matching colors. Pink arrows denote the 16 CDS segment identified as unique to the H. walsbyi J07HQW1 and C23 genomes. Environmental contigs use a long form identification number whereby the first item is the sample (e.g., LT71), the second item is the filter fraction (e.g., 0.8 μm), the third item is the phylogenetic bin (e.g., B), and the fourth item is the scaffold number (e.g., scaffold 13). The regions represented on the gene map from each genome are as follows: J07HQW1, 610,420–769,897 bp; J07HQW2, 2,470,010–2,313,700 bp; C23, 510,000–630,000 bp; DSM16790, 510,000–610,000 bp.