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TABLE S1. Results from linear mixed-effects models for factors that best predict species richness in both trap types.

TABLE S2. Multiple comparisons of species richness in canopy and ground traps for season and dispersal syndrome of seeds.

TABLE S3. Results from linear mixed-effects models for factors that best predict species richness in canopy traps.

TABLE S4. Results from linear mixed-effects models for factors that best predict species richness in ground traps.

TABLE S5. List of plant species collected in traps.

FIGURE S1. Number of seeds in canopy and ground traps by growth habit.

FIGURE S2. Seed number by disperser and season for canopy and ground traps.

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