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The authors wish to apologise for errors within this article. The following is a list of the errors and corrections required.

Affiliation

2 Cajamar Experimental Station

Introduction

Page 2, text line 47: ‘direst’ should be replaced by ‘direct’

Material and methods

Site description

Page 2, text line 2: “Experimental Station ‘Las Palmerillas’” should be replaced by “Cajamar Experimental Station”

Results

Identifying perennial plants harbouring pests

Page 4, text line 3: Dodonaea replaced by Dittrichia

Page 4, text line 19: Grimpoteuthis replaced by Genista

Page 4, text line 27: Rubus occidentalis replaced by Romero officinalis

Page 4, text line 32:Phanera replaced by Phlomis

Page 5, text line 1: Prunus replaced by Phillyrea

Page 5, text line 2: Marsdenia replaced by Macrochloa

Page 5, text line 3: Macrozamia replaced by Mirtus

Table 2: The following row should have contained some data in bold, as follows:

Table 3: The following two rows should have contained some data in bold, as follows:

Reference

Rodríguez, E., González, M., Paredes, D., Campos, M. and Benítez, E. Selecting native perennial plants for ecological intensification in Mediterranean greenhouse horticulture. Bulletin Ent Res. Published by Cambridge University Press, 4 December 2017. doi:10.1017/S0007485317001237.