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Fig. 21. Geographic distribution of horses whose mtDNA types are "lone", i.e., which do not belong to any of the major mtDNA clusters. The map excludes horses without documented maternal ancestry. The breeds of all documented and undocumented horses with "lone" mtDNA types are as follows (percentage of breed in parentheses):: 1 Andalusian (7%), 11 Arabs (12%), 12 "EC" samples without further breed information (1) (6%), 2 Exmoors (14%), 1 Fell (50%), 3 Chejus (43%), 1 Icelandic (13%), 3 Japanese (75%), 2 Lipizzans, (15%) 1 Mongolian (17%), 1 Mustang (1%), 1 without breed information (50%), 2 Rhineland heavy drafts (8%), 1 Rottaler (11%), 2 Shires (20%), 7 Sorraias (39%), 1 Shetland (20%), 2 Tsushimas (100%), 1 Konik (20%), 1 Oldenburger (100%), 1 Suffolk (100%), 1 Trakehner (20%).

Reference

1. Vilà, C., Leonard, J. A., Götherstöm, A., Marklund, S., Sandberg, K., Lindén, K., Wayne, R. K. & Ellegren, H. (2001) Science291, 474-477.