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Figure S1. Canopy climber in a mossy Sitka spruce [Picea sitchensis (Bong) Carr.] tree on the west coast of Canada.

Table S1. Twenty most abundant species and their trait states, collected from canopy habitats of Sitka spruce trees on the westcoast of Vancouver Island, Canada, used in RLQ analysis.

Table S2. Environmental states [temperature (T) and relative humidity (RH)] as measured in four different areas of the canopy of 36 Sitka spruce trees on the westcoast of Vancouver Island, Canada, used for RLQ analysis.

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