Correction: A Unique Box in 28S rRNA Is Shared by the Enigmatic Insect Order Zoraptera and Dictyoptera

@article{Wang2013CorrectionAU,
  title={Correction: A Unique Box in 28S rRNA Is Shared by the Enigmatic Insect Order Zoraptera and Dictyoptera},
  author={Yan‐hui Wang and Michael S. Engel and Jos{\'e} Albertino Rafael and Kai Dang and Hao-yang Wu and Ying Wang and Qiang Xie and Wenjun Bu},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2013},
  volume={8}
}
The published Figure 3 is incorrect. Please view corrected Figure 3 here: There was an error with the first affiliation for author Michael S. Engel. The correct first affiliation is: Division of Entomology (Paleoentomology), Natural History Museum, University of Kansas, Kansas, USA 

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