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Appendix A: Initial litter properties and litter decomposition for monocultures after 196 and 564 days.
Ecological Archives E089-150-A1.

Appendix B: GLM summary statistics relating to litter identity effects.
Ecological Archives E089-150-A2.

Appendix C: Full GLM summaries from analysis of litter species richness and composition after 196 and 564 days for mass loss, moisture, C:N ratio, microbial biomass, and nematode abundance.
Ecological Archives E089-150-A3.

Appendix D: Summary statistics for modeling random variation as a function of litter species richness.
Ecological Archives E089-150-A4.


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