Correction: DNA Barcoding in Pencilfishes (Lebiasinidae: Nannostomus) Reveals Cryptic Diversity across the Brazilian Amazon

@article{CorraBenzaquem2015CorrectionDB,
  title={Correction: DNA Barcoding in Pencilfishes (Lebiasinidae: Nannostomus) Reveals Cryptic Diversity across the Brazilian Amazon},
  author={Denise Corr{\^e}a Benzaquem and Cl{\'a}udio Oliveira and Jaqueline da Silva Batista and Jansen Alfredo Sampaio Zuanon and Jorge Iv{\'a}n and Rebelo Porto},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2015},
  volume={10}
}
Nannostomus is comprised of 20 species. Popularly known as pencilfishes the vast majority of these species lives in the flooded forests of the Amazon basin and are popular in the ornamental trade. Among the lebiasinids, it is the only genus to have undergone more than one taxonomic revision. Even so, it still possesses poorly defined species. Here, we report the results of an application of DNA barcoding to the identification of pencilfishes and highlight the deeply divergent clades within four… 
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