Author Correction: New microhylid frog genus from Peninsular India with Southeast Asian affinity suggests multiple Cenozoic biotic exchanges between India and Eurasia

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Correction to: Scientific Reports https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-018-38133-x, published online 13 February 2019

In this Article, the legend of Table 1 is incorrect:

“Ages are in Million years; HPD = highest posterior density. Best-fit models are provided in Supplementary Table S4. *Denotes first postulated Miocene exchange; **Denotes second postulated Miocene exchange; ^Denotes diversification events associated with periods of isolation.”

should read:

“Ages are in Million years; HPD = highest posterior density. Best-fit models are provided in Supplementary Table S4. *Denotes first postulated Eocene exchange; **Denotes second postulated Eocene exchange; ^Denotes diversification events associated with periods of isolation.”

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Garg, S., Biju, S.D. Author Correction: New microhylid frog genus from Peninsular India with Southeast Asian affinity suggests multiple Cenozoic biotic exchanges between India and Eurasia. Sci Rep 9, 12663 (2019) doi:10.1038/s41598-019-48631-1

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