BA: Balsfjord, GL: Gloppen, GS: Grimstad, HO: Hovåg, KO: Kragerø, KS: Kilsund, LD: Lindåspollene, LF: Lusterfjord, LV: Lake Landvik, NL: Lofoten, NS: Møre, RO: Risør, SV: Sykkulven and TH: Trondheim in Norway for three age groups: a) 3–5, b) 6–8 and c) 9–12 years (see Table 1 for further details). Black letters represent the mean canonical value for each population, and scores on x- and y-axis show the canonical values which are based on the differences among population.
The age groups are: a) 3–5, b) 6–8 and c) 9–12 years. The correlation of the shape distances with geographical distances was for the three age classes: r3-5y = 0.44, r6-8y = 0.66, r9-12y = 0.57, with p<0.001 in all cases, based on 10.000 permutations. A trend line based on linear regression is shown, dotted lines represents two standard deviations of the residuals from the regression line. Population pairs which distances fall outside of the two standard deviations are presented (see Area ID codes in Table 1).
Citation: The PLOS ONE Staff (2015) Correction: Latitudinal Gradient in Otolith Shape among Local Populations of Atlantic Herring (Clupea harengus L.) in Norway. PLoS ONE 10(12): e0145900. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0145900
Published: December 23, 2015
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