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Errata is a plural word. (Originally this was Latin. It means 'mistakes', and is used mostly as the name for a list of misprints in a published book.) The singular form is erratum. (See -a in Latin.)

Therefore it is a mistake to talk of 'one errata'. It is 'one erratum'. This is the sort of thing that academics like to comment on - when they know it.