Erratum

Errata

This article corrects:

  1. Kin discrimination in sticklebacks is mediated by social learning rather than innate recognition Volume 113, Issue 3, 276–282, Article first published online: 16 February 2007

Frommen, J.G., Luz, C. & Bakker, T.C.M. 2007: Kin discrimination in sticklebacks is mediated by social learning rather than innate recognition. Ethology 113, 276–282.

Due to an error in journal production, Figure 2 in the above-mentioned paper was incorrectly published. In Experiment 2, ‘unfamiliar non-kin’ should have read as ‘familiar non-kin’. The fully corrected figure is given below:

Figure 2.

 The numbers of testfish that chose familiar kin (dark) and unfamiliar (expt 1, light) or familiar (expt 2, light) non-kin. If the non-related fish were unfamiliar, then significantly more testfish preferred the kin side, while if both stimulus groups were familiar testfish did not show a significant preference for any group. Testfish in expts 1 and 2 differed significantly in their shoal choice. ns, non-significant; *, p < 0.05

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