The authors apologise for an error in the above paper which led to Figure 2 being published in black and white; it should have been in colour, as follows:
Fig. 2. Comparison of Oxyspirura petrowi recovered from experimentally infected northern bobwhite (Colinus virginianus): A) male O. petrowi 30 days post infection (dpi). Short spicule green arrow and long spicule black arrow; B) male O. petrowi 70 dpi. Short spicule green arrow and long spicule black arrow; C) female O. petrowi 30 dpi, note absence of eggs in reproductive tract; D) female O. petrowi 45 dpi, note morulated eggs (arrows) in the reproductive tract; E) female O. petrowi 70 dpi, note first stage larvae in eggs (arrows) in the reproductive tract; F) O. petrowi egg marked with an arrow next to unidentified strongylid species egg. Scale bars for A,B,E,F are 100 μm and 50 μm for C and D.
Kistler, W. M., Hock, S., Hernout, B., Brake, E., Williams, N., Downing, C., Dunham, N. R., Kumar, N., Turaga, U., Parlos, J. A., and Kendall, R. J. (2016). Plains Lubber Grasshopper (Brachystola magna) as a Potential Intermediate Host for Oxyspirura petrowi in Northern Bobwhites (Colinus virginianus). Parasitology Open
2, e7. Published by Cambridge University Press, 13 June 2016. doi: 10.1017/pao.2016.5