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Appendix A: Map of sampling sites across Europe and data selection method.
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Appendix B: Table of all carabid beetle species in our data set and their characteristics.
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Appendix C: Output for GLMM analyses testing for effects of trophic rank, dispersal ability, and body size on SAR.
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Appendix D: AIC scores for the generalized linear mixed models of activity density per habitat preference group.
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Appendix E: Output for GLMM analysis to test for separate effect of trophic rank within medium/good dispersing species.
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