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Fig. S1. The new reserves allocated under each reserve design strategy for each region of Tasmania.

Fig. S2. Dispersal probability as a function of distance from the source location for 12 dispersal treatments tested.

Fig. S3. The benefits for biodiversity from each reserve system objective for all 10 regions examined and region 10 only.

Fig. S4. The effect of allocating new conservation reserves on changing the reserve system connectivity, aggregation and representativeness.

Fig. S5. The conceptual approach to dynamic macroecological modelling of biodiversity change.

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