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Fig. S1. Interspecific differences in the distribution of quantiles of the Population Prediction Interval (PPI) in which the recorded population size was located after 5 years predicted by a Brownian population model (eqn. 1) using the first fifteen years of data F(q15) for different values of the demographic variance σ2d. Shaded bars show the distribution based only on estimates based on raw data, whereas black bars give the distribution using MCMC-methods to account for observation error.

Fig. S2. Interspecific differences in the distribution of quantiles of the Population Prediction Interval (PPI) in which the recorded population size was located after 5 years predicted by a logistic model of density regulation (eqn. 2) using the first fifteen years of data F(q15) for different values of the demographic variance σ2d. Shaded bars show the distribution based only on estimates based on raw data, whereas black bars give the distribution using MCMC-methods to account for observation error.

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