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Correction: Diversity in a Cold Hot-Spot: DNA-Barcoding Reveals Patterns of Evolution among Antarctic Demosponges (Class Demospongiae, Phylum Porifera)

  • Sergio Vargas,
  • Michelle Kelly,
  • Kareen Schnabel,
  • Sadie Mills,
  • David Bowden,
  • Gert Wörheide

Correction: Diversity in a Cold Hot-Spot: DNA-Barcoding Reveals Patterns of Evolution among Antarctic Demosponges (Class Demospongiae, Phylum Porifera)

  • Sergio Vargas, 
  • Michelle Kelly, 
  • Kareen Schnabel, 
  • Sadie Mills, 
  • David Bowden, 
  • Gert Wörheide
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Fig 1 and Fig 2 are inadvertently switched. Fig 1 should be Fig 2 and Fig 2 should be Fig 1. The authors have provided the correct figures here.

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Fig 1. COI maximum likelihood phylogeny of Antarctic sponges (in bold face) belonging Order Hadromerida, Haplosclerida, Halichondrida, Spirophorida, Poecilosclerida (non-chelae bearing).

For visualization, subtrees containing Antarctic sponges were pruned from the complete phylogenetic tree that included all sequences analyzed (i.e. GenBank + sequences from this study). Orders are indicated for each subtree. Bootstrap support is given near each branch of the tree. Specimens originally classified as a different species using morphology and reclassified after DNA-barcoding or presenting molecular-morphological discrepancies are in red (see Table 1). Specimens belonging the Spirophorida were sequenced for this study but were already published by Szitenberg et al. 2013.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0133096.g001

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Fig 2. COI maximum likelihood phylogeny of Antarctic sponges (in bold face) belonging Order Poecilosclerida (chelae-bearing).

For visualization, subtrees containing Antarctic sponges were pruned from the complete phylogenetic tree that included all sequences analyzed (i.e. GenBank + sequences from this study). Bootstrap support is given near each branch of the tree. Specimens originally classified as a different species using morphology and reclassified after DNA-barcoding or presenting molecular-morphological discrepancies are in red (see Table 1).

http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0133096.g002

Reference

  1. 1. Vargas S, Kelly M, Schnabel K, Mills S, Bowden D, Wörheide G (2015) Diversity in a Cold Hot-Spot: DNA-Barcoding Reveals Patterns of Evolution among Antarctic Demosponges (Class Demospongiae, Phylum Porifera). PLoS ONE 10(6): e0127573. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0127573. pmid:26091103