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Fig. S1. The difference between estimated richness for each number of census and estimated richness for all censuses is plotted against the number of censuses.

Fig. S2. Number of observed species for each plant and number of expected species to be found based on Chao 2 estimators. See Table S1 for plant species codes.

Table S1. Information on plant species in the Villavicencio network: species code used in figures, species origin (native or exotic), life form (small tree, shrub, vine, herb), number of observation periods conducted, cumulative flower abundance over the whole flowering season (flowers/ha), cumulative flowering span, degree, specialization index, total interaction frequency, module membership, role in the network, sites where the species was found, estimated total richness using SChao 2, SACE and SBootstrap.

Table S2. Information on insect species in the Villavicencio network: species code used in figures, species origin (native or exotic), degree of sociality, typical nesting habitat (only for hymenopterans), preferred type of floral resource, degree, specialization index, interaction frequency, module membership and role in the network.

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