Long-distance dispersal, ice sheet dynamics, and mountaintop isolation underlie the genetic structure of glacier ice worms release_ppql2q72ibcdtm4fc5bojf5fvq

by Scott Hotaling, Daniel H. Shain, Shirley A. Lang, Robin K. Bagley, Lusha M., David W. Weisrock, Joanna L. Kelley


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