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The order Characiformes is one of the largest components of the freshwater teleost fauna inhabiting exclusively in South America and Africa with great ecological and economical significance. Yet, quite limited genomic resources are available to study this group and their transatlantic vicariance. In this study we present a chromosome-level genome assembly of the African pike (Hepsetus odoe), a representative member of the African Characiformes. To this end, we generated 119, 11, and 67 Gb readsdoi:10.1101/2020.05.13.094987 fatcat:qzw4ma5cjfadnb6hsteudhx4s4