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Appendix S1. Information on Hibiscus meyeri densities, statistical routines and insect damage.

Table S1. Number of plants selected haphazardly in Control and LMH treatments, as well as the number of plants from transects outside of UHURU.

Table S2. Estimates of fitted coefficients of mixed models predicting the probability of floral initiation.

Table S3. Results from Kolmogorov–Smirnov tests on size distributions in Control vs. all exclosure treatments.

Table S4. The effect of exclosures on the STVI, coefficient of variation (CV), skewness and kurtosis of height and basal area size distributions.

Table S5. Estimates of fitted coefficients of mixed models predicting number of fruits per biomass as a function of site and treatment.

Table S6. Means of raw densities, calculated as the number of plants found per area searched.

Table S7. Results from a negative binomial general linear model of per cent of leaves suffering insect damage, using all site and treatment combinations.

Fig. S1. Figure of UHURU schematic.

Fig. S2. Empirical CDFS constructed with raw numbers rather than proportion of the population.

Fig. S3. Predicted height/basal area ratio across sites and treatments.

Fig. S4. Gini coefficients for all site and treatment combinations.

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