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Ecomorphology and ecology of the grassland specialist, Rusingoryx atopocranion (Artiodactyla: Bovidae), from the late Pleistocene of western Kenya – Erratum

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In the original publication of Kovarovic et al. (2021), extraneous typographical marks were mistakenly introduced in Table 4 during typesetting. The correct Table 4 is reproduced below.

Table 4. Phalanges results. Habitat category abbreviations are as follows: (G/T) grassland/treeless; (WBG) wooded-bushed grassland; (LWB) light woodland-bushland; (HWB) heavy woodland-bushland; (F) forest; (O) open cover; (LC) light cover; (HC) heavy cover; (C) closed cover; (INT) intermediate cover. DFA models are organized according to the highest value of Tau.

The publisher apologizes for this error.

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Kovarovic, K., Faith, J.T., Jenkins, K.E., Tryon, C.A., & Peppe, D.J. (2021). Ecomorphology and ecology of the grassland specialist, Rusingoryx atopocranion (Artiodactyla: Bovidae), from the late Pleistocene of western Kenya. Quaternary Research, 101, 187204. doi:10.1017/qua.2020.102CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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Table 4. Phalanges results. Habitat category abbreviations are as follows: (G/T) grassland/treeless; (WBG) wooded-bushed grassland; (LWB) light woodland-bushland; (HWB) heavy woodland-bushland; (F) forest; (O) open cover; (LC) light cover; (HC) heavy cover; (C) closed cover; (INT) intermediate cover. DFA models are organized according to the highest value of Tau.

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