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Table S1. Indices used in the analysis.

Table S2. Number of individuals of orthopterans collected (and identified at least at the generic level) from the environment (E) and among wasp prey (P) during the activity of the two generations (first generation: I; second generation: II), and statistical differences between frequencies (only if sample size adequate). In brackets the collected species for each genus are shown.

Table S3. Number of individuals of grasshoppers of the seven most hunted genera collected in the two different habitats considered, and statistical differences between frequencies (only if sample size adequate).

Table S4. Mean weight ± SD (mg) of orthopterans collected from the environment (E) and among wasp prey (P), and the theoretical maximum lift (Max lift) of wasps which hunted for each genus, during the activity of the two generations (first generation: I; second generation: II).

Table S5. Number of individuals of the three most abundant orthopteran genera per size class collected from the environment (E) and among wasp prey (P) during the activity of the two generations (first generation: I; second generation: II), and statistical differences between frequencies.

Fig. S1. Pictures showing the very different body shapes of two abundantly grasshopper genera. (a) Tropidopola, (b) Calliptamus (lateral and dorsal view).

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