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Fig. S2 Monthly predictions of daily activity time for adult Aedes aegypti assuming diurnal activity in the shade between body temperatures of 15–32 °C.

Fig. S3 Monthly predictions of mean monthly water depths in rainwater tanks assuming 25% shade.

Fig. S4 Monthly predictions of mean monthly water depths in buckets assuming 75% shade.

Fig. S5 Monthly predictions of site suitability (life-cycle completions penalized by egg desiccation during dry periods) for water tanks in 25% shade.

Fig. S6 Monthly predictions of site suitability (life-cycle completions penalized by egg desiccation during dry periods) buckets in 75% shade.

Fig. S7 Numbers of months that water tanks and buckets were predicted to hold more than 1 cm depth of water under different scenarios of shade and climate change.

Fig. S8 Suitability of subterranean sites for Aedes aegypti assuming a depth of 60 cm and permanent water.

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