Polar Biol (2017) 40:1697–1698 DOI 10.1007/s00300-017-2078-3 ERRATUM Erratum to: DNA barcoding of aquatic insects reveals unforeseen diversity and recurrent population divergence patterns through broad-scale sampling in northern Canada 1 1,2 1,3 Ruben D. Cordero · Santiago Sánchez-Ramírez · Douglas C. Currie Published online: 11 February 2017 © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2017 Erratum to: Polar Biol Posterior TMRCA (million years ago) mean (l) and standard deviation (r2) for species 1. The mean distance DOI 10.1007/s00300-016-2062-3 (D) and percentage of overlap (p) are for comparison between species 1 and species 2, and vice versa. The authors would like to make the following changes to the original paper. Instead of: Posterior TMRCA (million years ago) mean (l) and The caption of Fig. 4 should read: Time to the most recent common ancestor (TMRCA) standard deviation (r2) for species 1. The mean distance (D) and percentage of overlap (p) are for comparison between of eastern and western populations of seven EPT species widely distributed in northern Canada. Species popula- species 1 and species 2, and viceversa. Af, Acentrella lap- ponica; Ai, Ameletus inopinatus; Bt, Baetis tricaudatus; tions show divergence times during the Pleistocene within a close range except for Onocosmoecus unicolor. E. aurivillii, Ephemerella aurivillii; S. compacta, Skwala compacta; C. alternans, Ceratopsyche alternans
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