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Figure S1. Distribution of sites within habitat size showing that larger sites were not just less variable because there were fewer sampled; i.e. the results are not simply an artefact of sampling regime

Table S1. Results of quantile regressions, where local habitat size was the predictor variable for each response variable in column one.

Table S2. Presence and absence (indicated by 1 and 0 respectively) of benthic taxa in each of the four West Coast, South Island stream networks.

Table S3. Species list of adult male Trichoptera captured in light traps on the West Coast of the South Island New Zealand.

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