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Correction: What Story Does Geographic Separation of Insular Bats Tell? A Case Study on Sardinian Rhinolophids

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Correction: What Story Does Geographic Separation of Insular Bats Tell? A Case Study on Sardinian Rhinolophids

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There is an error in the legend of Figure 3. Please see the correct Figure 3 legend here.

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Figure 3:. Maxent Species Distribution Models (SDM).

a: SDM for R. euryale on Sardinia calibrated with Sardinian records only; b: SDM for Rhinolophus euryale on Sardinia calibrated with presence records from Italian populations except that of Sardinia and projected to the island; c: SDM for R. mehelyi on Sardinia calibrated with Sardinian records only; d: binary map for R. euryale on Sardinia calibrated with Sardinian records only; e: binary map for Rhinolophus euryale on Sardinia calibrated with presence records from Italian populations except that of Sardinia and projected to the island; f: binary map for R. mehelyi on Sardinia calibrated with Sardinian records only The publicly available map layer was obtained from www.fao.org/geonetwork/srv/en/main.home and the image prepared with the Quantum Gis 2.2.0 Valmiera and Maxent open source software packages.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0110894.g003

Reference

  1. 1. Russo D, Di Febbraro M, Rebelo H, Mucedda M, Cistrone L, et al. (2014) What Story Does Geographic Separation of Insular Bats Tell? A Case Study on Sardinian Rhinolophids. PLoS ONE 9(10): e110894 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0110894.