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Fig. S1 Maximum-clade-credibility tree of brown bears and a cave bear outgroup, inferred using Bayesian phylogenetic analysis of 1140-bp cytochrome b sequences.

Fig. S2 Median-joining network of brown bear cytochrome b haplotypes (1140 bp) in continental Eurasia (including the western lineage), Japan and Alaska, together with polar bear haplotypes: (a) the full network, where branch lengths are not proportional to the number of mutations; (b) a schematic representation of the network with proportional branch lengths.

Table S1 Brown bear mitochondrial cytochrome b haplotypes (1140 bp) from Far East of continental Eurasia, Alaska (Talbot & Shields 1996) and Japan (Matsuhashi et al. 1999), and polar bear sequences from GenBank, included in this study

Table S2 GenBank Accession numbers

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