TABLE 1

Relative abundance of the three most abundant ASVs found among two sampling periods of the European common cuttlefish

Anatomical siteRelative abundance ofa:
ASV1 (Vibrionaceae, Vibrio sp.)ASV2 (Vibrionaceae, Photobacterium sp.)ASV3 (Piscirickettsiaceae, sp. unknown)
PilotControlAntibioticPilotControlAntibioticPilotControlAntibiotic
Esophagus0.92 ± 0.101.00 ± 0.010.94 ± 0.100.07 ± 0.100 ± 00 ± 00 ± 00 ± 00 ± 0
Stomach0.39 ± 0.340.43 ± 0.370.19 ± 0.310.25 + 0.420 ± 00 ± 00 ± 00 ± 00 ± 0
Cecum0.24 ± 0.140.44 ± 0.230.06 ± 0.090.28 + 0.350 ± 00 ± 00 ± 00 ± 00 ± 0
Intestine0.22 ± 0.420.57 ± 0.160.06 ± 0.060.50 ± 0.570.01 ± 0.010 ± 00 ± 00 ± 00 ± 0
Gills0 ± 00 ± 00 ± 00 ± 00.01 ± 0.010 ± 00.79 ± 0.110.97 ± 0.030.82 ± 0.19
Skin0.02 ± 0.030.08 ± 0.110.01 ± 0.020.03 ± 0.020 ± 00 ± 00 ± 00 ± 00.01 ± 0.02
  • a Averages correspond to relative abundance of individual ASVs from each anatomical site and period. Period 1 consisted of three pilot individuals, and period 2 consisted of eight individuals in the control group and 16 in the antibiotic-treated group.