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Genetic data have been used to show Holocene range expansions from low-latitude refugia and the resultant genetic structure for several mammal species in eastern North America, including flying squirrels, short-tailed shrews, and woodrats (Arbogast 1999, 2007; Brant and Orti 2003; Ellsworth et al.
1994; Hayes and Harrison 1992; Petersen and Stewart 2006).
John Smith noted their presence along the James River in 1612, British settlers hunted them for sport in Maryland in 1650, and William Byrd recorded them in Virginia in 1730 (Linzey 1998).
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Indicators of molecular diversity and tests for demographic expansion confirmed this division and suggested a very recent expansion of gray foxes into the northeastern states.
Our results support the hypothesis that gray foxes 1st colonized the Northeast during a historical period of hemisphere-wide warming, which coincided with the range expansion of deciduous forest.
Phylogeographic analyses indicated no clear pattern of genetic structuring of gray fox haplotypes across most of the eastern United States.
However, when haplotype frequencies were subdivided into a northeastern and a southern region, we detected a strong signal of differentiation between the Northeast and the rest of the eastern United States.