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Optimized α values of 5 dij distance models for 31 habitat specialist plants of calcareous grasslands (Appendix S1), estimates of genetic diversity for 11 polymorphic loci in 59 grassland patches in Dianthus carthusianorum (Appendix S2), and results of sensitivity analyses restricting focal sites to continuously grazed patches for the best performing parameters of the Si connectivity index (Appendix S3) are available online. The authors are solely responsible for the content and functionality of these materials. Queries, other than the absence of material, should be directed to the corresponding author

Table S1. Optimized α values of 5 dij distance models for 31 habitat specialist plants of calcareous grasslands Bold numbers indicate the α value for the best performing connectivity model.

cobi12186-sup-0002-AppendixS2.docx27KTable S2. Estimates of genetic diversity for eleven polymorphic loci in 59 grassland patches in Dianthus carthusianorum. Patches are defined by population size and patch type as core areas, grazed restored patches (consistently grazed, intermittently grazed), and ungrazed patches. N, sampled size; Ho, observed heterozygosity; He, expected heterozygosity, Ar rarefied mean allelic richness.
cobi12186-sup-0003-AppendixS3.docx29KTable S3. Sensitivity analysis restricting focal sites to continuously grazed patches for the best performing parameters of the Si patch connectivity index and relative contribution of patch connectivity (Si) and microsite diversity (Elem) to the total variance explained of final models of patch occupancy for 31 habitat specialist plants of calcareous grasslands.

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