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acv12046-sup-0001-AppendixS1.xls29K

Appendix S1. Further information on the characteristics of each site (Site no.): north (N) and east (E) coordinates, surface in hectares [area (ha)], vegetation structure [coverage of herbal layer (c.hl.) and Calluna vulgaris (c.cl.)], soil humidity (s.hu.), number of species (no. spec.), number of individuals (no. indiv.) and number of endangered species (no. end. spec.).

acv12046-sup-0002-AppendixS2.docx18K

Appendix S2. Further explanations of statistical methods applied during the analyses.

acv12046-sup-0003-AppendixS3.xls49K

Appendix S3. List of species (mean activity density ± standard deviation) collected in each habitat type (DS = drift sand, DG = dry grassland, CH = Calluna heathland, SG = semi-dry grassland, JH = Juniperus heathland, FO = forests). Abbreviations: end., endangerment category according to Hannig & Kaiser, 2011; * , not endangered; D, insufficient data; V, endangerment may be assumed; 3, endangered; 2, highly endangered; 1, in imminent danger of becoming extinct; eury./moist., eurytopy and moisture values according to Turin (2000); *1, 35 species were unique to open sand and heathland habitat types.

acv12046-sup-0004-AppendixS4.docx35K

Appendix S4. Habitat restoration and management strategies for dry grasslands and heathlands from a carabidologists perspective.

acv12046-sup-0005-AppendixS5.docx16K

Appendix S5. Grazing suggestions to enhance habitat suitability for dry grassland and heathland carabid species and assemblages.

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