This article corrects:

  1. Learned and naïve natural enemy responses and the interpretation of volatile organic compounds as cues or signals Volume 184, Issue 4, 768–782, Article first published online: 6 October 2009

New Phytologist 184 (2009), 768–782

Since its publication, the authors of Allison & Hare (2009) have brought to our attention that there is an error in their article where some of the values for the number of tests in Fig. 1 are incorrect and are, therefore, inconsistent with the values noted in the text, which are correct. The correct Fig. 1 is printed below.

Figure 1.

 Summary of natural enemy responses to induced volatile organic compounds (VOCs). For a description of how the literature was searched and the database of natural enemy responses developed, see section II. Literature. *Includes 11 tests in which preimaginal learning could not be ruled out but natural enemies were not attracted to VOCs.

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