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gcb12320-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfapplication/PDF754KFigure S1. A matrix representation of the coral-Symbiodinium community. Filled matrix elements denote associations that have been observed (e.g., between Acropora abrotanoides and sequence A1), while empty elements denote associations that have not been observed (e.g., between Acropora cytherea and sequence A1). Coral species (rows) and Symbiodinium sequences (columns) are ordered alphabetically. The dataset includes 34 coral species, 68 Symbiodinium sequences, and 283 unique associations.
gcb12320-sup-0002-FigureS2.pdfapplication/PDF755KFigure S2. Coral-Symbiodinium network data used for Fig. 4 in the main text. Black elements are dominant associations (e.g., Acropora abrotanoides and sequence A1), gray elements are subdominant associations (e.g., Acropora grandis and sequence A1), and black/gray elements are those where associations are dominant within some colonies and subdominant in others (e.g., Cyphastrea serailia and sequence C1). Coral species (rows) and Symbiodinium sequences (columns) are ordered alphabetically.
gcb12320-sup-0003-TableS1.pdfapplication/PDF39KTable S1. Stability metrics for extinction curves generated by coral removals. The four scenarios correspond to the four tests outlined in the main text; briefly, the effect of (i) non-random removals; (ii) dominants-only; (iii) association diversity; and (iv) Symbiodinium characteristics on community stability. ‘Removal Rule’ is the algorithm used for initial removals and ‘Extinction Area’ is reported as the area under the extinction curve normalized by the total possible if all species were to survive until the last removal. The last three columns report the mean percent and number (in parentheses) of primary removals needed for 25, 50, and 75% of secondary extinctions.
gcb12320-sup-0004-TableS2.pdfapplication/PDF39KTable S2. Stability metrics for extinction curves generated by Symbiodinium removals. The four scenarios correspond to the four tests outlined in the main text; briefly, the effect of (i) non-random removals; (ii) dominants-only; (iii) association diversity; and (iv) the trade-off between symbiont mutualistic service and environmental tolerance on community stability. ‘Removal Rule’ is the algorithm used for initial removals and ‘Extinction Area’ is reported as the area under the extinction curve normalized by the total possible if all species were to survive until the last removal. The last three columns report the mean percent and number (in parentheses) of primary removals needed for 25, 50, and 75% of secondary extinctions.
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