Erratum to: Stylopsal: The first Identified Female-produced Sex Pheromone of Strepsiptera

  title={Erratum to: Stylopsal: The first Identified Female-produced Sex Pheromone of Strepsiptera},
  author={Josef Cva{\vc}ka and Pavel Jiro{\vs} and Blanka Kalinov{\'a} and Jakub Straka and Kateřina Amruz {\vC}ern{\'a} and Petr {\vS}ebesta and Ale{\vs} Tom{\vc}ala and Soňa Va{\vs}{\'i}{\vc}kov{\'a} and Ullrich Jahn and Jan {\vS}obotn{\'i}k},
  journal={Journal of Chemical Ecology},
The following reference and statement were inadvertently omitted from this paper during processing. The Editors regret the error. “TOLASCH, T., Kehl, S., and Dotterl, S. 2010. Sex pheromone of a twisted-wing parasite. Poster at the ISCE 2010 Meeting in Tours, France (p. 176 in the book of abstracts).” “Independently of our work, and roughly at the same time, other researchers were working on the structure of the Stylops pheromone. The ultimate outcome of this work also is being published in… 


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