Figure S1. Size variation in relation to age and sex.

Table S1. Desirable properties for an ideal CI.

Appendix S1. Mathematical development of the scaled mass index.

Appendix S2. Determining age classes for small mammals.

Appendix S3. Selecting the most suitable linear body measurement for CIs.

Appendix S4. Nonlinearity of the relationship between body mass and length

Appendix S5. Similarities and differences between some CI methods.

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