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Fig. S1.1. Increase in the superior and inferior competitors’ abundances due to spatial coexistence under random dispersal when the predator is mobile vs. immobile.

Fig. S1.2. Increase in the superior and inferior competitors’ abundances due to spatial coexistence under varying strengths of the local coexistence mechanism (competition-dispersal trade-off).

Fig. S2.1. Increase in the superior and inferior competitors’ abundances due to spatial coexistence under random and non-random dispersal when the predator is mobile.

Fig. S3.1. Increase in the superior and inferior competitors’ abundances due to spatial coexistence as a function of the two species’ dispersal trait values.

Fig. S4.1. Increase in the superior and inferior competitors’ abundances due to spatial coexistence in the low- and high-productivity habitats when the superior competitor responds to density and the inferior competitor responds to habitat quality.

Appendix S1. Spatial coexistence under random dispersal.

Appendix S2. Effects of predator dispersal on spatial coexistence.

Appendix S3. Effects of consumer species’ dispersal traits on spatial coexistence.

Appendix S4. Spatial coexistence when superior and inferior competitors use different types of dispersal cues.

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