Correction

@article{Costa2015Correction,
  title={Correction},
  author={T. Costa and R. D. Gangi and R. Thome and M. B. Felisbino and A. Bonfanti and L. Ishikawa and A. Sartori and E. Burger and L. Verinaud},
  journal={BMJ Open},
  year={2015},
  volume={5}
}
S1 Fig. Original Fig 1 – Phylogenetic hypotheses (redrawn) of the relationships among the LT species flock and other representatives of the East African Radiation (EAR). Tribes with ambiguous placement are highlighted as follows: most ancient Tanganyika tribes (continuous line); Eretmodini (dashed line); haplochromine lineages (dotted line). Numbers in brackets correspond to the number of individuals. (TIF) 

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