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afe12011-sup-0001.docapplication/unknown223KFig. S1. Location of the study area in southeast Asia (a); Sulawesi (b); study area (c) (modified from Wanger et al., 2011); gardens with distance to forest classified in three categories; black: 0–100; grey: > 100–1000; light grey: > 1000–2500 m (D).
afe12011-sup-0002.docapplication/unknown303KFig. S2. Effect of ‘distance to forest’ on (a) seed predation; (b) ant abundance and total ant richness. Distance to forest is in categories of: (1) 0–6 0m; (2) 100–350 m; and (3) 1000–2500 m.
afe12011-sup-0003.docapplication/unknown33KDoc. S1. Net income and cost calculation of seed predation.
afe12011-sup-0004.docapplication/unknown117KDoc. S2. Socio-economic questionnaire.
afe12011-sup-0005.docapplication/unknown38KTable S1. Summary information on crop yield, expenses and net income with and without seed predation.
afe12011-sup-0006.docapplication/unknown93KTable S2. List of occurrence of Anoplolepis gracilipes and Solenopsis geminata on all gardens and plots for the two sampling sessions.
afe12011-sup-0007.docapplication/unknown53KTable S3. List of ant species found with information on seed eating behaviour, invasiveness, recruitment behaviour and bait preference.

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