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Additional Supporting Information may be found in the online version of this article under the DOI reference: DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2311.2011.01260.x

Figure S1. Relationship between Rabdophaga rosaria oviposition preference and the occurrence of Melampsora leaf rust and insect and mammalian herbivory on the nine focal willow clones in no-fertilisation and high-fertilisation treatments. Relationship between proportion of galled tips and (a) rust severity in 2001, (b) rust severity in 2002, (c) insect feeding damage in 2001, and (d) vole feeding in 2003. F- and P-values for the effects of fertilisation and covariates (marked with asterisks) on the proportion of galled tips are shown, see Table S3 for full ANCOVA table.

Table S1. ANOVA results for the effects of block, fertilisation, clone, and fertilisation × clone interaction on main shoot height, number of shoot tips, gall size, proportion of galled tips, and survival probability of Rabdophaga rosaria (see Fig. 1). Proportions of galled tips and survival probabilities were arc-sine square-root transformed prior to the analyses.

Table S2. GLM ANCOVA results for the effects of fertilisation (fixed factor) and various covariates (marked by asterisks) on gall size, proportion of galled tips, and survival probability of Rabdophaga rosaria (see Fig. 3). Proportions of galled tips and survival probabilities were arc-sine square-root transformed prior to the calculations.

Table S3. GLM ANCOVA results for the effects of fertilisation (fixed factor) and various covariates (prior rust severities, leaf damage by insects, and feeding by voles) on the proportion of galled tips (Figure S1). The proportion of galled tips and covariates (marked by asterisks) were arc-sine square-root transformed prior to the calculations.

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