A. Noturus miurus. B. Noturus hildebrandi. C. Noturus phaeus. D. Cyprinella camura. Gray shading indicates the natural range of each species. Circles indicate approximate sampling localities for specimens acquired for this study (•) and those used in previous studies with sequences acquired from GenBank (◯).
Please see the corrected Fig 3 here.
A. Noturus miurus. B. Noturus hildebrandi. C. Noturus phaeus. D. Cyprinella camura. Parenthetical numbers indicated haplotypes separated by ≥10 mutational steps. Nodes on trees with posterior probabilities ≥0.95 are indicated with an *. Numbers above nodes indicate likelihood bootstrap support. Locality abbreviations and colors correspond with Fig 1B. Outgroups have been removed from phylogenies for clarity.
Please see the corrected Fig 4 here.
Dark bars on nodes represent the 95% highest posterior density of node ages recovered in the rate-calibrated analyses while light bars above nodes represent the same for fossil-calibrated analyses. * indicates the node was not recovered in the fossil-calibrated analyses. Colors correspond with those in Fig 1B. Outgroups removed for clarity.
Please see the corrected Fig 5 here.
Citation: Egge JJD, Hagbo TJ (2015) Correction: Comparative Phylogeography of Mississippi Embayment Fishes. PLoS ONE 10(5): e0128725. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0128725
Published: May 26, 2015
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