Corrigendum to “Miocene climate change as a driving force for multiple origins of annual species in Astragalus (Fabaceae, Papilionoideae)” (Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2019) 137 (210–221), (S1055790319301307), (10.1016/j.ympev.2019.05.008))

N. Azani, Anne Bruneau, Martin Wojciechowski, Shahin Zarre

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The authors regret following errors appeared in the text: Page 211, column 1, paragraph 4: ‘Drummond et al, 2012b’ should be omitted. Page 211, under Section 2.2, line 6: ‘Bartha et al. 2012’ should be added in parenthesis. Page 212, under Section 2.4: Line 2 and the last line in paragraph 2: ‘Drummond et al., 2012a’ should be omitted. Page 212, column 1, under Section 2.4, paragraph 3, line 3: The authority of Oxytropis is “DC.” Page 214, Fig. 1b: Please consider a break in the line along the right to delineate the Diholcos and Hypoglottis clades. Page 217: Some generic authorities under Section 4.1 need correction: For Caragana (line 3–4), it is “Caragana Fabr.”, For Calophaca (line 4), it is “Calophaca Fisch. ex DC.” For Chesneya (line 5) it is “Lindl. ex. Endl.”, not “Bertol.”, Page 217, under Section 4.1, last paragraph: ‘Drummond et al., 2012b’ should be deleted. Page 218, under Section 4.2: The authority for Trifolium is ‘L.’ Page 218, under Section 4.2, first paragraph: ‘Drummond et al., 2012b’ should be deleted. Page 218, under Section 4.3, last paragraph: ‘Drummond et al., 2012b’ should be deleted. Page 219, second paragraph: ‘Drummond et al., 2012b’ should be deleted two times. Page 219, References, column 2, after Barneby 1964, add: ‘Bartha, L., Sramk, G., Dragos, N., 2012. New PCR primers for partial ycf1 amplification in Astragalus (Fabaceae): promising source for genus-wide phylogenies. Studia UBB Biologia 51(1), 33–46.’ Page 221, Reference list, column 2: ‘Swofford (2002)’ is correct not (2003). The authors would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number106566
JournalMolecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
StatePublished - Oct 1 2019


ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics
  • Molecular Biology
  • Genetics

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