Conservation Biology Explore this journal > Explore this journal > Previous article in issue: Recently Received Books (August 2007–December 2007) Previous article in issue: Recently Received Books (August 2007–December 2007) Next article in issue: Cover Caption Next article in issue: Cover Caption View issue TOC Volume 22, Issue 1 February 2008 Page 228 ErratumErratumFirst published: 1 February 2008Full publication historyDOI: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2007.00876.xView/save citationCited by: 0 articles Citation tools Set citation alert Check for new citations Citing literature ErrataThis article corrects:The Guppy as a Conservation Model: Implications of Parasitism and Inbreeding for Reintroduction Success Volume 21, Issue 6, 1573–1583, Article first published online: 7 November 2007Enhanced PDFStandard PDF (48.9 KB) In the December 2007 issue of Conservation Biology (Volume 21, p. 1579) in van Oosterhout et al. the bottom graph in Fig. 2 is incorrect. The graph that appears below is the one that should have been used.Figure 2. Open FigureDownload Powerpoint slide Percentage of captive-bred guppies that died during transport and quarantine (black) and reintroduction (gray), survived but were infected with gyrodactylid at the end of the experiment (stripes), and survived without infection (open) for the lower Aripo population (LA) and upper Aripo population (UA) (M, male; F, female); MIR, minimized inbreeding regime.