Non-significant multivariate BUT significant follow-up univariate. What to do?

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Hello,

I need some urgent help with the following problem.

I ran a MANCOVA but the multivariate test (Pillai's trace, wilk's lambda and Hotteling's trace) were non-significant. However, when I scroll down in the output I managed to find one significant univariate test using Bonferroni's adjusted alpha of 0.017.

When interpreting, do I write that, when running MANCOVA on the combined DVs the test was not significant but further univariate tests showed a significant difference in one of the DVs., and then continue to interpret these findings?

thank you in advance for your help