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Appendix A. Results from neighborhood analyses considering the effects of the density and frequency of neighbors on *Solanum carolinense* damage at three spatial scales.

Table A1. Results from neighborhood analyses considering the effects of the density and frequency of neighbors on *Solanum carolinense* damage at three spatial scales. Using spatial maps of the full experiment, we considered "small" neighborhoods (plants within a 25 cm radius circle around each *S. carolinense*), "medium" neighborhoods (plants within a 1 m radius circle around each *S. carolinense*), and "large" neighborhoods (plants within a 4 m radius circle around each *S. carolinense*). AIC values indicate that neighborhoods at 1m best explained variation in *S. carolinense* damage. Models with different letters in superscript were significantly different based on log-likelihood ratio tests.

Neighborhood size |
AIC |
ΔAIC |
R²adj |

Medium (1 m radius circle) |
289.16 |
0 |
0.31 |

Small (25 cm radius circle) |
291.82 |
2.66 |
0.27 |

Large (4 m radius circle) |
299.24 |
10.08 |
0.06 |