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Fig. S1. Distribution of amplicon lengths per site.

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Table S1. Numbers of sequences were discarded following each of the different steps of the analysis.

Table S2. OTUs detected in Duvanny Yar (DY) and Main River (MR) permafrost cores. Names in bold indicate genera or species previously listed as present in arctic permafrost (a. DNA-based method, Lydolph et al., 2005; b. culture-dependent methods, Ozerskaya et al., 2009).

Table S3. Dataset I (all OTUs) anova results comparing GNMDS axis values and CSE Similarity Indices between fungal communities in permafrost from different sites and climatic periods in Eastern Beringia. Karginsk, Karginsk period.

Table S4. Dataset II (supposedly ancient OTUs only) anova results comparing GNMDS axis values and CSE Similarity Indices between fungal communities in permafrost from different sites and climatic periods in Eastern Beringia. Statistically significant values are indicated by the asterisk. Karginsk, Karginsk period.

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