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Correction to: Evolutionary biogeography of the centipede genus Ethmostigmus from Peninsular India: testing an ancient vicariance hypothesis for Old World tropical diversity

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The original article was published in BMC Evolutionary Biology 2019 19:41

Correction to: BMC Evol Biol

https://doi.org/10.1186/s12862-019-1367-6

Following publication of the original article [1], the authors notified us of an error in the Results section of the Abstract. The original article has been corrected.

  • Originally, the first phrase of the Results section was published as:

Divergence time estimates suggest that Ethmostigmus began diversifying in the Early Cretaceous, 125.4 (± 25) million years ago (Ma), its early biogeographic history shaped by vicariance. Members of Ethmostigmus in PIP form a monophyletic group that underwent endemic radiation in the Late Cretaceous, 100 (± 25) Ma.

  • The phrase was corrected to:

Divergence time estimates suggest that Ethmostigmus began diversifying in the Late Cretaceous, 99 (± 25) million years ago (Ma), its early biogeographic history shaped by vicariance. Members of Ethmostigmus in PIP form a monophyletic group that underwent endemic radiation in the Late Cretaceous, 72 (± 25) Ma.

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    Joshi J, Edgecombe GD. Evolutionary biogeography of the centipede genus Ethmostigmus from Peninsular India: testing an ancient vicariance hypothesis for Old World tropical diversity. BMC Evol Biol. 2019;19:41. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12862-019-1367-6.

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