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Fig. S1. blast output screens for GenBank accessions BAAX01013497 (a), AB518927 (b), and DQ022163 (c). Panel a) represents an example of a reverse complementary chimera, which is indicated by the black vertical line in the graphical overview (left) and shown by the pairwise alignment with the top hit in GenBank (right). Panel b) shows a representative example of the query sequence (the top BLAST hit is the query itself) containing a sequence segment of around 500 bp that does not match any of the top hits in GenBank. Panel c) shows a sequence (the top BLAST hit is the query itself) that features a high degree of chimeric anomaly indicated by the fragmented matching of all top BLAST hits.

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