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Appendix S1. Details of larval connectivity calculations

Appendix S2. Comparison to the Beger et al. (2010) method

Figure S1: Maps of habitat coverage, centrality, and self-retention for each species.

Figure S2: Representative maps of Marxan selection frequency for the three optimization criteria.

Figure S3: Total biomass as a function of reserve area for each model species with high fishing (lifetime egg production reduced to 0%).

Figure S4: Total biomass as a function of reserve area for each model species with low fishing (lifetime egg production reduced to 30%).

Figure S5: Total fishery yield as a function of reserve area for each model species with high fishing (lifetime egg production reduced to 0%).

Figure S6: Total fishery yield as a function of reserve area for each model species with moderate fishing (lifetime egg production reduced to 20%).

Figure S7: Total fishery yield as a function of reserve area for each model species with low fishing (lifetime egg production reduced to 30%).

Figure S8: Representative reserve configurations produced by the Beger et al. (2010) method.

Figure S9: Comparison of total biomass as a function of reserve area for each model species using the Beger et al. (2010) method.

Figure S10: Comparison of total fishery yield as a function of reserve area for each model species using the Beger et al. (2010) method.

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