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gcbb12167-sup-0001-FigS1.tifimage/tif791KFigure S1. Matrix plot of patch area, light penetration and vegetation cover Miscanthus established on previous grassland (MG) and Miscanthus on previous tillage (MT).
gcbb12167-sup-0002-FigS2.tifimage/tif421KFigure S2. Relationship between activity density of total arthropods per trap and patch area (a) and between activity density of spiders and field size (b) for Miscanthus established on previous grassland (MG) and Miscanthus on previous tillage (MT).
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Table S1. Lists of plant, spider and ground beetle species found on all study sites.

Table S2. Correlation matrix for covariables used in mixed effect models describing the patches on 14 Miscanthus fields established on tilled land and grassland.

Table S3. Best candidate models with ∆AICc <2 and null and global model explaining species richness of plants, vegetation cover of noncrop plants, activity density of epigeic arthropods, activity density and species richness of spiders and ground beetles respectively.

Table S4. Summary of generalized and general linear models explaining species richness of plants, vegetation cover of noncrop plants, activity density of epigeic arthropods, activity density and species richness of spiders and ground beetles at field level by previous land use (PLU) and crop yield below or above the economic threshold (Yield) and their interaction.

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