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Correction: Body Size Adaptations to Altitudinal Climatic Variation in Neotropical Grasshoppers of the Genus Sphenarium (Orthoptera: Pyrgomorphidae)

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Correction: Body Size Adaptations to Altitudinal Climatic Variation in Neotropical Grasshoppers of the Genus Sphenarium (Orthoptera: Pyrgomorphidae)

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Table 1 appears incorrectly in the published article. Please see the corrected Table 1 below.

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Table 1. List of amplified loci indicating their approximate size (bp), annealing temperature (Tm) and the pairs of primers used for the PCR reactions.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0148329.t001

The legend of Fig 1 is incomplete in the published article. Please see Fig 1 and its complete legend below.

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Fig 1. Phylogeny based on a concatenated Bayesian analysis of the total genetic evidence retrieved from 67 Sphenarium and 15 outgroup taxa.

Tip labels indicate current taxonomic classification, voucher numbers and locality ID for all included terminals, except for those whose genetic information was retrieved from GenBank (*). Black vertical bars indicate the phylogenetic position of the identified species based on our integrative taxonomy approach (names and coloured symbols in front of the black bars). Particularly, the black vertical bars indicating the phylogenetic position of S. purpurascens, S. variabile, S. macrophallicum, S. sp. nov. 7, S. mexicanum, S. magnum and S. histrio represent cases where species differentiation was primarily morphological and they did not separate in individual monophyletic groups (See methods and results sections for details). The numbers positioned closely to the nodes indicate posterior probability values. G1, Monophyletic Group 1; G2, Monophyletic Group 2; G3, Monophyletic Group 3. S. p. purpurascens (1) intermediate form between S. p. purpurascens and S. p. minimum. S. m. mexicanum (2) intermediate form between S. m. mexicanum and S. m. histrio.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0148329.g001

The fourth paragraph of the Methods section under the subheading “Phylogenetic reconstruction” is erroneously included in the published article, and should be omitted.

Reference

  1. 1. Sanabria-Urbán S, Song H, Oyama K, González-Rodríguez A, Serrano-Meneses MA, Cueva del Castillo R (2015) Body Size Adaptations to Altitudinal Climatic Variation in Neotropical Grasshoppers of the Genus Sphenarium (Orthoptera: Pyrgomorphidae). PLoS ONE 10(12): e0145248. pmid:26684616