Figure S1. Types of hair and shield and shaft portions (from Teerink, 1991).

Figure S2. Cuticular patterns used in identifications (from Teerink, 1991).

Figure S3. Diet composition from frequency of occurrence of each rodent prey using. three methods of identification: hairs only, hard prey remains only (mainly teeth), or both.

Table S1. Reference material available for the analysis of prey remains.

Table S2. Identification key from hair remains.

Table S3. Samples with one type or both types of prey remains.

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