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Fig. S1. Height increment of Melaleuca preissiana (Mp) as the focal plant in a microcosm with combinations of Em: Eucalyptus marginata, Vn: Verticordia nitens and Bm: Banksia menziesii.

Fig. S2. Shoot calcium (Ca), iron (Fe) and boron (B) content of Melaleuca preissiana as the focal plant in a microcosm with combinations of Em: Eucalyptus marginata, Vn: Verticordia nitens and Bm: Banksia menziesii.

Fig. S3. Regression analyses of the focal plant (Melaleuca preissiana) net shoot growth with the final root biomass of neighbouring plants.

Fig. S4. Photographs of Mp: Melaleuca preissiana, Em: Eucalyptus marginata, Vn: Verticordia nitens and Bm: Banksia menziesii roots highlighting the different morphologies of the different nutrient-acquisition strategies present.

Table S1. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) table for the net shoot biomass gain of Melaleuca preissiana as a focal plant in fertilized pots.

Table S2. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) table for the net root biomass gain of Melaleuca preissiana as a focal plant in fertilized pots.

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