Data from: Clitellate worms (Annelida) in lateglacial and Holocene sedimentary DNA records from the Polar Urals and northern Norway

Youri Lammers, Charlotte L. Clarke, Christer Erséus, Antony G. Brown, Mary E. Edwards, Ludovic Gielly, Haflidi Haflidason, Jan Mangerud, Emilia Rota, John Inge Svendsen & Inger Greve Alsos
While there are extensive macro- and microfossil records of a range of plants and animals from Quaternary records, earthworms and their close relatives among annelids are not preserved as fossils, and therefore we have limited knowledge of their Quaternary distributions. This lack of fossils means that clitellate worms (Annelida) are currently underused in palaeoecological research, even though they can provide valuable information about terrestrial and aquatic environmental conditions. Their DNA might be preserved in sediments,...
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