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Appendix A: Further information about each of the 15 sites.
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Appendix B: Environmental variables important in understanding beetle succession.
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Appendix C: Gradient forest output for each forest age.
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Appendix D: Nonlinear and linear regressions of individual environmental variables with distance.
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Appendix E: Common species abundance (>5 individuals) and indicator species for each distance and each age.
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Supplement 1: R code used in this study.
Ecological Archives A025-047-S1.