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Crustacean remains from the Yuka mammoth raise questions about non-analogue freshwater communities in the Beringian region during the Pleistocene.

Published on: 
2020
Survey program: 
Kansas Biological Survey
Citation HTML: 
Neretina, A.N., M.A. Gololobova, A.A. Nephlyukhina, A.A. Zharov, C.D. Rogers, D.J. Horne, A.V. Protopopov, and A.A. Kotov. 2020. Crustacean remains from the Yuka mammoth raise questions about non-analogue freshwater communities in the Beringian region during the Pleistocene. Nature Scientific Reports. (2020) 10:859. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-57604-8

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