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Early commensal interaction between humans and hares in Neolithic northern China—CORRIGENDUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 October 2020

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Copyright © Antiquity Publications Ltd, 2020

In this article, certain taxonomic designations used are incorrect. The local hares are not desert hares (Lepus capensis) as stated. The correct taxonomic designation is instead Lepus tolai, with the common name of hare. Gallus sp. is also incorrectly used to describe a pheasant. The correct family designation is Phasianidae.

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Sheng, P., Hu, Y., Sun, Z., Yang, L., Hu, S., Fuller, B.T. & Shang, X.. 2020. Early commensal interaction between humans and hares in Neolithic northern China. Antiquity 94: 622–36. https://doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2020.36CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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