There is an error in the running head of the article of Florida Entomologist 97(4): 1458–1468, i.e., Mengoni Goñalons, Carolina, Laura Varone, Guillermo Logarzo, Mariel Guala, Marcela Rodriguero, Stephen D. Hight and James E. Carpenter—Geographical Range and Laboratory Studies on Apanteles opuntiarum (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) in Argentina, a Candidate for Biological Control of Cactoblastis cactorum (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in North America. The editor deeply regrets his failure to correct this error.
The running head should be: Mengoni Goñalons et al.: Apanteles opuntiarum in Argentina.
The graphic of Fig. 5 is incorrect in the following article of Florida Entomologist 98(1): 193–199, i.e., Wu, Pengxiang, Xiaofei Xiong, Zhen Li, Shuo Yan, Xiaoxia Liu and Qingwen Zhanga—Developmental continuity between larval and adult leg patternings in Coccinella septempunctata (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). The editor deeply regrets his failure to correct this error. The correct figure is as follows:
Fig. 5. Ratios (%) of lengths of regenerated legs to contralateral legs (means ± SE) after either partial or complete regeneration when ablation of larval legs was as follows: A. Half ablation at 3 thoracic locations (fore-, mid-, and hind legs); and B. Half ablation in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th instar. C. Half ablation showing lengths of regenerated coxa, femur, tibia, tarsus, and entire leg. D. Complete ablation at 3 thoracic locations (fore-, mid-, and hind leg); and E. Complete ablation in 3 instars (2nd, 3rd, 4th). F. Complete ablation showing length of regenerated coxa, femur, tibia, tarsus, and entire leg. Different letters indicate significant differences (Tukey's HSD, P < 0.05) among the regenerated patternings within 1 segment or leg.