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Table 1 Sampled localities, geographical coordinates and sample sizes

From: Influence of ancient glacial periods on the Andean fauna: the case of the pampas cat (Leopardus colocolo)

  Coordinates   
Locality S W samples individuals
1-Lambayeque 06°13' 79°20' 3 (1) 3
2-Ancash 09°33'–10°12' 76°56'–77°23' 38 (1) 19
3-Yauyos/Canchayllo 11°50'–12°07' 75°41'–76°01' 40 (1) 19
4-Junin National Reserve 11°00' 76°07' 27 (2) 12
5-Ayacucho 13°45'–15°00' 73°46'–74°03' 15 (3) 8
6-Arequipa 15°06'–15°41' 70°40'–72°40' 8 (1) 6
7-Cuzco 13°47' 71°14' 1 (1) 1
8-Tacna/Puno 16°36'–17°25' 69°25'–70°03' 19 (19) 19
9-La Paz/Oruro 17°08'–18°26' 68°07'–69°22' 24 12
10-Apolobamba 14°45' 69°00' 2 2
11-Potosi 20°05'–22°09' 67°14'–67°53' 32 15
12-Cochabamba 17°35' 66°24' 3 3
13-Tarija 21°08' 65°04' 2 (2) 2
14-Jujuy 21°57'–23°04' 66°03'–66°18' 58 28
15-Catamarca/Salta 25°13'–26°39' 66°43'–67°39' 35 30
16-Tucuman 26°30' 65°48' 6 5
17-San Juan/Mendoza 29°10'–35°59' 69°21'–69°49' 8 7
18-Buenos Aires 38°10'–38°49' 62°16'–63°15' 5 (5) 5
19-Pilcaniyeu 41°7' 70°40' 3 (3) 3
Total    329 (39) 199
  1. After the total number of pampas cat samples, number of skin samples is indicated in parentheses. Number of individuals as identified from microsatellite data.