Data from: Evolutionary reconstruction supports the presence of a Pleistocene Arctic refugium for a large mammal species

Cornelya F. C. Klütsch, Micheline Manseau, Morgan Anderson, Peter Sinkins & Paul J. Wilson
Aim: The presence of refugia in the Canadian High Arctic has been subject to debate for decades. We investigated the potential existence of Arctic refugia during the Pleistocene for a large mammal species in the Canadian Archipelago because if these refugia were present, reconsideration of the evolutionary histories of North American fauna and flora beyond the major refugia of Beringia and south of the Laurentide and Cordilleran Ice Sheets would be required. Peary caribou (Rangifer...
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