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Fig. S1. Changes in lynx population density and wild rabbit abundance throughout the study period.

Fig. S2. Remarkable cases of spatial overlap at home range and core area levels detected throughout the study period.

Fig. S3. 3-D scatterplot showing the relationship between spatial overlap at home range and core area levels and range sizes for lynx dyads.

Fig. S4. Histogram showing the distribution of distances between simultaneous positions of neighbouring lynx females.

Table S1. Detailed results for generalized additive mixed models that test for nonlinear relationships between spatial overlap and food availability where smoother for the relative abundance of rabbits is estimated for lynx with and without extra food pooled.

Table S2. Detailed results for generalized additive mixed models that test for nonlinear relationships between spatial overlap and food availability including smoother for the relative abundance of rabbits according with the presence of extra food.

Table S3. Detailed results for generalized additive mixed models that test for nonlinear relationships between spatial overlap and food availability using an alternative measure of spatial overlap following Atwood and Weeks (2003).

Table S4. Detailed results for generalized additive mixed models showed in Table S1 that test for nonlinear relationships between spatial overlap and food availability without covariates.

Table S5. Detailed results for generalized additive models that test for nonlinear relationships between lynx population density and relative abundance of wild rabbits.

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