jpe12021-sup-0001-FigS1.docWord document4588KFig. S1. Examples of an artificial waterbody and plastic water tank found throughout northern Australia.
jpe12021-sup-0002-FigS2.docWord document192KFig. S2. Parameters of the resampled distributions of daily displacements of radiotracked cane toads.
jpe12021-sup-0003-FigS3.docWord document113KFig. S3. Relationship between r and Ĉ from model runs in which the observed timing of colonization of waterbodies in the Victoria River District, Australia was closely re-created.
jpe12021-sup-0004-FigS4.docWord document805KFig. S4. Map of the Kimberley-Pilbara corridor in Western Australia illustrating the 100 artificial waterbodies surrounding each of three potential barrier points that were removed in our simulations.
jpe12021-sup-0005-FigS5.docWord document225KFig. S5. Difference between the probabilities of cane toads reaching the Pilbara under unusually wet versus average conditions as a function of the number of artificial waterbodies removed at three dispersal barriers.

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