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Table S1. Species list and difference in the number of individuals between cushions and open areas for each species at each site.

Table S2. Model selection for the relationship between elevation and cushions to soil organic matter and soil water content.

Table S3. Model selection for the relationship between elevation and the absolute and relative difference of soil organic matter (SOM) and soil water content (SWC) between cushions and open areas.

Table S4. Model selection for the difference in the number of species and individuals between cushions and open areas.

Table S5. Model selection for the relationship between elevation and the difference in the number of species (RIIspecies) and the number of individuals (RIIindividuals) between cushions and open areas.

Table S6. Correlation between morphological and physiological traits of Arenaria tetraquetra cushions.

Table S7. Correlation coefficients and variable loadings for the principal components and five morphological traits.

Table S8. Model selection for the relationship between the difference in species richness between cushions and open areas (RIIspecies) and morphological traits of cushions.

Table S9. Model selection for the relationship between the difference in the number of individuals between cushions and open areas (RIIindividuals) and morphological traits of cushions.

Table S10. Model selection for the relationship between the difference in soil organic matter (SOM) between cushions and open areas and morphological traits of cushions.

Table S11. Model selection for the relationship between the difference in soil water content (SWC) between cushions and open areas and morphological traits of cushions.

Figure S1. Images of habitat and morphology of Arenaria tetraquetra ssp. amabilis.

Figure S2. Functional traits of Arenaria tetraquetra along the elevation gradient.

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