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Appendix S1. The 78 taxa considered in the study, along with the groups into which 56 taxa were placed for analysing changes in distribution and modelling change: upland-lowland (Up-Low), eastern-western (E-W) and the 28 most southerly taxa (S).

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Appendix S2. Methodological details for: (i) poststratifying family-level trends; (ii) calculating temperature preferences based on trait-based information; and (iii) calculating temperature preferences based on mean water temperatures.

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Figure S1. Annual mean discharge (a), water temperatures (b), BOD (c), and nitrate and orthophosphate concentrations from the locations used in the study.

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Figure S2. Principal Coordinates Analysis ordination of the 78 invertebrate taxa based upon their distributions across 6285 locations sampled in 1995.

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Figure S3. Temporal trends in prevalence for the 78 taxa.

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Figure S4. Expanded version of Fig. 6, including the results of a model including water chemistry and temperature.

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