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Appendix S1. Creation of background for lattice model.

Appendix S2. Data used for climatic niche modelling.

Figure S1. Variation from current climatic conditions (1975H) for the three bioclimatic variables used in models for the four forestry species.

Figure S2. Variation from current climatic conditions (1975H) for the three bioclimatic variables used in models for the four dune species.

Figure S3. Variation from current climatic conditions (1975H) for the three bioclimatic used in models for the three ornamental species.

Figure S4. Modelled projections for South Africa for each of the four forestry species.

Figure S5. Modelled projections for South Africa for each of the four dune species.

Figure S6. Modelled projections for South Africa for each of the three ornamental species.

Figure S7. Modelled projection for Acacia longifolia in the Western Cape, South Africa.

Figure S8. Bioclimatic response curves generated by MAXENT for Acacia longifolia in the Western Cape, South Africa.

Figure S9. Bioclimatic variable testing gains (x-axis) generated by MAXENT for Acacia longifolia in the Western Cape, South Africa.

Table S1. Summary of distribution record cleaning protocol and final data points used in distribution modelling.

Table S2. Geographic coordinates of initial introduction points.

Table S3. Explanations and relevant references used to calculate three different reproductive rates (r) used for populations in the lattice model.

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