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gcb2674-sup-0001-FigureS1.docxWord document18KFigure S1. Loco length (mm) by age. Mehuin data obtained from Reyes & Moreno (1990). Ancud data obtained from Bustos et al. (1986). After 5 years loco growth in Mehuin gets truncated. Ancud data is not based on growth rings, rather than annual mark and recapture, the curves can be compared to see the standard growth and truncated growth. Locos in Ancud have few epibionts/endobionts.
gcb2674-sup-0002-TableS1.docxWord document20KTable S1. Mean and standard deviation (in parenthesis) values of loco characteristics of each group in the hierarchical cluster analysis for phoronids (PPHOR), shell-boring bivalves (PBIVAV), polychaetes (PPOLYC), barnacles (PBARN), shell height (SHELLHT), loco meat weight (WGHMT), shell length (SHELLGT) and percent lipid in loco meat (PLIP)
gcb2674-sup-0003-TableS2.docxWord document15KTable S2. Number of observations, percent correctly classified (diagonal) and misclassified (off diagonal) estimates of hierarchical cluster analysis groups Llanquihue, Osorno, Valdivia, and Northern Valdivia using percent change in plantations from 1985 to 2001 (PLCH), percent native forest in 2001 (PFNF) and chlorophyll-a (CHLA) characteristics from canonical discriminant analysis.
gcb2674-sup-0004-TableS3.docxWord document16KTable S3. Probability of group membership of misclassified observations of the canonical discriminant analysis of hierarchical cluster analysis groups Llanquihue, Osorno, Valdivia, and Northern Valdivia using percent change in plantations from 1985 to 2001 (PLCH), percent native forest in 2001 (PFNF), and chlorophyll-a characteristics (CHLA).
gcb2674-sup-0005-TableS4.docxWord document15KTable S4. Cross-validation summary and error count estimates of the canonical discriminant function of hierarchical cluster analysis groups Llanquihue, Osorno, Valdivia, and Northern Valdivia using percent change in plantations from 1985 to 2001 (PCPL) and chlorophyll-a characteristics (CHLA).
gcb2674-sup-0006-TableS5.docxWord document16KTable S5. Standardized canonical coefficients for the three canonical variables, LCLUC1, LCLUC2, and LCLUC3 that describe the importance of each landscape change variable on the canonical variable. The LCLUC1 canonical variable is interpreted as a measure of ‘plantation development’ primarily because the percentage of plantation change and chlorophyll-a levels have high positive weights. Note land cover change is from 1985 to 2001 and PAG_CH = percent change in agriculture, PCL_CH = percent cleared land change, PURB_CH = percent urban land class change, PMAT_CH = percent mattoral change, PL_CH = area (km2) plantation change, and PPL_CH = percent plantation change. CHLA = chlorophyll-a characteristics in the management area.
gcb2674-sup-0007-TableS6.docxWord document17KTable S6. Pearson's Correlation among loco health condition variables where WGHMT = weight of loco meat (g), WGHV = weight of loco viscera (g), WGSH = shell weight (g), SHELGT = shell length (cm), SHELHGT = shell height (cm), SHELWDT = shell width (cm), FATIND = fat index (WGHMT/SHELGT), PLIP = percent lipid in loco meat, PPOLYC = percent polychaete cover on shell, PPHOR = percent phoronid cover on shell, PBIVAV = percent bivalve cover on shell; PBARN = percent barnacle cover on shell; MALE = sex, male coded as 1. Note: ** is highly significant where P < 0.01 and * is significant where P < 0.05.

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