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Fig. S1. The relationship between A.  opacum survival and A.  opacum mass at metamorphosis in food webs differing in trophic complexity.

Fig. S2. Mean proportion of Rana sphenocephala surviving (±1 SE) in eight food webs differing in trophic complexity (presence/removal of the top predator, Anax, and presence/removal of shared prey, Pseudacris crucifer) and total prey abundance.

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