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Appendix S1. Assembling the database.

Appendix S2. Main models.

Appendix S3. Within-group-centred models.

Appendix S4. Opportunities for future improvements in the data.

Fig. S1. Residuals against fitted values for the global model fitted by restricted maximum likelihood.

Fig. S2. Actual values against fitted values for the global model fitted by restricted maximum likelihood.

Fig. S3. Quantile–quantile plot of avian orders for the global model fitted by restricted maximum likelihood.

Fig. S4. Quantile–quantile plot of mammalian orders for the global model fitted by restricted maximum likelihood.

Fig. S5. Predictions for avian orders of the global model fitted by restricted maximum likelihood.

Fig. S6. Predictions for mammalian orders of the global model fitted by restricted maximum likelihood.

Fig. S7. Aquatic and nonaquatic animals.

Fig. S8. Number of individuals measured per species.

Fig. S9. Distributions of body masses.

Fig. S10. Sampling locations.

Table S1. Comparison of the main, within-group-centred and simple linear regression models.

Table S2. Comparison of model-averaged estimates calculated using AIC and inline image.

Table S3. Number of avian species by order.

Table S4. Number of mammalian species by order.

jane12086-sup-0003-AppendixS5.csvCSV document138KAppendix S5. Database of individual FMR and body mass measurements.
jane12086-sup-0003-AppendixS6.pdfPDF document87KAppendix S6. Database references.

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