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Figure S1. Map of the Marianne and Paria rivers on the northern slope of the Trinidadian mountain range.

Figure S2. Spot numbers of colour category by year and site

Table S1. Mean ± SE at each site in each year for relative areas (arcsine square root transformed) of each colour category (carotenoid, structural, melanic, and green). Also shown is the relative area of all colour categories combined (total).

Table S2. Mean ± SE at each site in each year for number of coloured spots of each colour category (carotenoid, structural, melanic, and green). Also shown is the mean number of spots of all colour categories combined (total).

Table S3. Adjusted P-values for post-hoc Tukey's honestly significant difference test results on pairwise comparisons between sites for carotenoid coloration. Top right is for relative area and lower left is for spot number. Statistical significance (P < 0.05) is indicated in bold.

Table S4. Adjusted P-values for post-hoc Tukey's honestly significant difference test results on pairwise comparisons between sites for structural coloration. Top right is for relative area and lower left is for spot number. Statistical significance (P < 0.05) is indicated in bold.

Table S5. Results from multivariate analysis of covariance using Wilk's lambda test statistic with site fitted before year as fixed effects and body size (mm2; log transformed) as the covariate for sites within the Marianne river. Estimates of variance were calculated as multivariate partial η2 also utilizing Wilk's lambda. The dependent variables were relative area (arcsine square root transformed) and spot number (square root transformed) for all colour categories (carotenoid colour, structural colour, melanic colour, and green). Statistical significance (P < 0.05) is indicated in bold.

Table S6. Results from multivariate analysis of covariance using Wilk's lambda test statistic with site fitted before year as fixed effects and body size (mm2, log transformed) as the covariate for sites within the Paria river. Estimates of variance were calculated as multivariate partial η2 also utilizing Wilk's lambda. The dependent variables were relative area (arcsine square root transformed) and spot number (square root transformed) for all colour categories (carotenoid colour, structural colour, melanic colour, and green). Statistical significance (P < 0.05) is indicated in bold.

Table S7. Pearson-product moment correlation test results comparing the relative area of blue and orange colour for individual years. Statistical significance (P < 0.05) is indicated in bold.

Table S8. Results from multivariate analysis of covariance (MANCOVA) using Wilk's lambda test statistic with year as a randomized block, site as a fixed effect, the year-by-site interaction, and body size (mm2; log transformed) as the covariate. All MANCOVAs were carried out in the R working environment utilizing the car package. The dependent variables were relative area (arcsine square root transformed) and spot number (square root transformed) for all colour categories (carotenoid, structural, melanic, and green). Statistical significance (P < 0.05) is indicated in bold.

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