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Author Correction: Interactions count: plant origin, herbivory and disturbance jointly explain seedling recruitment and community structure

Correction to: Scientific Reports, published online 15 August 2017

This Article contains an error in Figure 5, where the ‘undisturbed’ and ‘disturbed’ bars for the control sample are reversed. The correct Figure 5 appears below as Figure 1.

Figure 1

Effect of species origin (control = no seed addition, exotic = exotic seed addition, native = native seed addition) and disturbance (undisturbed, disturbed) on aboveground biomass. Data shown are least square means of repeated-measure linear mixed models ± SE averaged across two years. Note that aboveground biomass is given on a logarithmic scale.

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Correspondence to Lotte Korell.

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