Data from: Using biogeographic history to inform conservation: the case of Preble’s meadow jumping mouse

Jason L. Malaney & Joseph A. Cook
The last Pleistocene deglaciation shaped temperate and boreal communities in North America. Rapid northward expansion into high latitudes created distinctive spatial genetic patterns within species that include closely related groups of populations that are now widely spread across latitudes, while longitudinally adjacent populations, especially those near the southern periphery, often are distinctive due to long-term disjunction. Across a spatial expanse that includes both recently colonized and long-occupied regions, we analyzed molecular variation in zapodid rodents...
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