Author Correction: The endocast of the Night Parrot (Pezoporus occidentalis) reveals insights into its sensory ecology and the evolution of nocturnality in birds

Andrew N. Iwaniuk, Aubrey R. Keirnan, Heather Janetzki, Karine Mardon, Stephen Murphy, Nicholas P. Leseberg, Vera Weisbecker

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Abstract

This Article contains errors in Table 1 where columns ‘Orbit A’ and ‘Orbit D’ should be named ‘Orbit Area’ and ‘Orbit Diameter’ respectively. Furthermore, there are errors in column Orbit A where all data points given are incorrect. Finally, a column entitled ‘Orbit Depth’ is omitted. The correct Table 1 is below. (Table presented.).

Original languageEnglish
Article number12948
Number of pages2
JournalScientific Reports
Volume10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 28 Jul 2020

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Keywords

  • endocast
  • Night Parrot
  • Pezoporus occidentalis
  • sensory ecology
  • evolution
  • nocturnal
  • nocturnality
  • birds

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