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Appendix A: Description of animal mutualists and antagonists included in the study.
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Appendix B: Description of the study site and the replicate patches.
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Appendix C: Description of the methodology used to estimate plant characteristics.
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Appendix D: Description of the methodology used to estimate the proportion of viable seeds consumed per fruit by predispersal seed predators, plus a table containing the estimated interaction strengths per animal guild.
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Appendix E: Detailed description of spatial point pattern analyses, plus additional results from univariate and bivariate analyses of plant–animal interaction strengths and plant characteristics.
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Appendix F: Further details on methods and results from generalized linear mixed-effects models.
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Appendix G: Description of the methodology used to estimate the length of interplant flights by bird pollinators, and results obtained per bird species.
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