I understand that new genomes are being sequenced ever day and these answers replace themselves often; although as of today, what has been proven to be the most genetically complex organism (Other than a human of course)? I keep getting a multitude of different answers like Daphnia pulex, Axolotl, Paris japonica or Adder’s Tongue all from different dates and sources so it becomes difficult to tell what is the right answer here if any. If this question is not specific enough I would be happy to revise.
Edit: I would define genetic complexity as either genome size or number of genes. Either answer would work. If you would like give other information like chromosomes or isoforms from any other definition, that would be helpful. Whatever is the best of the best.