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ece3668-sup-0001-TableS1.xlsxapplication/msexcel34KTable S1. Detailed results of a literature survey of studies that address the effects of climate change on the phenological overlap of interacting species. For the 82 studies we identified, we list the authors and year of publication, the title, the approach(es) used, the category of interaction (denoted −, − for competitive; +, − for antagonistic resource–consumer; and +,+ for mutualistic interactions), the specific type of interaction (e.g., plant–herbivore), the habitat (e.g., terrestrial), and the type of organism (e.g., vertebrate) studied.

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