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Oecologia

, Volume 180, Issue 4, pp 1173–1174 | Cite as

Erratum to: Herbivory strongly influences among-population variation in reproductive output of Lythrum salicaria in its native range

  • Lina LehndalEmail author
  • Peter A. Hambäck
  • Lars Ericson
  • Jon Ågren
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Erratum to: Oecologia DOI 10.1007/s00442-015-3520-2

Unfortunately, Tables 1 and 2 were incorrectly published in the original article. The corrected Tables 1 and 2 are given below:
Table 1

Effect of population on damage from herbivores and reproductive success of control plants in nine natural Lythrum salicaria populations in the Skeppsvik archipelago, N. Sweden

Response variable

df num , df den

MS/residual deviance

F/χ 2

P

Proportion of leaf area removed

8, 490

1.80

54.65

<0.0001

Proportion with meristem damage

8, 497

502.11

192.22

<0.0001

Proportion flowering

8, 497

476.59

199.88

<0.0001

# Flowers per reproductive plant

7, 187

3.91

13.22

<0.0001

# Seeds per flower

7, 186

3.95

14.94

<0.0001

Female reproductive success

8, 522

85.36

45.45

<0.0001

Effects on proportion of leaf area removed, number of flowers per reproductive plant, number of seeds per flower, and female reproductive success (proportion of flowering plants × the number of flowers per reproductive plant × the number of seeds per flower) were analyzed with one-way ANOVA (MS and F given), whereas effects on proportion of plants with meristem damage and on proportion flowering were analyzed with generalized linear models (residual deviance and χ 2 given). Significant effects are in bold

Table 2

Effects of population and herbivore removal on damage from herbivores and reproductive success in nine natural Lythrum salicaria populations

Response variable

Source

df num , df den

MS/residual deviance

F/χ 2

P

Proportion of leaf area removed

Population

8, 770

1.80

81.76

<0.0001

Herbivore removal

1, 770

2.54

115.69

<0.0001

Pop × herb rem

8, 770

0.66

29.94

<0.0001

Proportion with meristem damage

Population

8, 788

809.01

146.98

<0.0001

Herbivore removal

1, 787

572.15

236.86

<0.0001

Pop × herb rem

8, 779

546.27

25.88

0.0011

Proportion flowering

Population

8, 788

880.91

217.27

<0.0001

Herbivore removal

1, 787

844.06

36.85

<0.0001

Pop × herb rem

8, 779

827.98

16.08

0.041

# Flowers per reproductive plant

Population

7, 328

3.91

12.80

<0.0001

Herbivore removal

1, 328

0.28

0.93

0.34

Pop × herb rem

7, 328

0.11

0.36

0.92

# Seeds per flower

Population

7, 326

2.22

10.98

<0.0001

Herbivore removal

1, 326

6.15

30.42

<0.0001

Pop × herb rem

7, 326

1.46

7.22

<0.0001

Female reproductive success

Population

8, 805

85.36

36.94

<0.0001

Herbivore removal

1, 805

17.92

7.75

0.0055

Pop × herb rem

8, 805

4.74

2.05

0.038

Effects on proportion of leaf area removed, number of flowers per reproductive plant, number of seeds per flower, and female reproductive success (proportion of flowering plants × the number of flowers per reproductive plant × the number of seeds per flower) were analyzed with two-way ANOVA (MS and F given), whereas effects on proportion of plants with meristem damage and proportion flowering were analyzed with generalized linear models (residual deviance and χ 2 given). Significant effects are in bold

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Lina Lehndal
    • 1
    Email author
  • Peter A. Hambäck
    • 2
  • Lars Ericson
    • 3
  • Jon Ågren
    • 1
  1. 1.Plant Ecology and Evolution, Department of Ecology and Genetics, Evolutionary Biology CentreUppsala UniversityUppsalaSweden
  2. 2.Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant SciencesStockholm UniversityStockholmSweden
  3. 3.Department of Ecology and Environmental ScienceUmeå UniversityUmeåSweden

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