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Table S1. Sequence identification of coral-derived microbes using the most similar BLAST match from the NCBI database.

Table S2. The average similarity in coral-derived microbial communities between/within pH treatments and results from pairwise significance tests.

Table S3. Coral-derived taxa contributing most to between-treatment dissimilarity.

Table S4. Sequence identification of foraminifera-derived microbes using the most similar BLAST match from the NCBI database.

Table S5. The average similarity in foraminifera-derived microbial communities between/within pH treatments and results from pairwise significance tests.

Table S6. Foraminifera-derived taxa contributing most to between-treatment dissimilarity.

Table S7. Sequence identification of CCA-derived microbes using the most similar BLAST match from the NCBI database.

Table S8. The average similarity in CCA-derived microbial communities between/within pH treatments and results from pairwise significance tests.

Table S9. CCA-derived taxa contributing most to between-treatment dissimilarity.

Table S10. Sequence identification of biofilm-derived microbes using the most similar BLAST match from the NCBI database.

Table S11. The average similarity in biofilm-derived microbial communities between/within pH treatments and results from pairwise significance tests.

Table S12. Biofilm-derived taxa contributing most to between-treatment dissimilarity.

Table S13. Sequence identification of seawater-derived microbes using the most similar BLAST match from the NCBI database.

Table S14. The average similarity in seawater-derived microbial communities between/within pH treatments and results from pairwise significance tests.

Table S15. Seawater-derived taxa contributing most to between-treatment dissimilarity.

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