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jane2025-sup-0001-TableS1-S2.docWord document72KTable S1. Likelihood ratio tests for generalised mixed models predicting the probability of developing devil facial tumour disease as a function of the number of bites recorded either six months or nine months previously and sex or age. In each row, the chi-squared statistic for +factor is the likelihood ratio when the factor is added to a model including the number of bites and the chi-squared statistic for +bites is the likelihood ratio when the number of bites is added to a model including the factor. Table S2. Mean number of bites and standard error in subadult devils at West Pencil Pine and Wisedale.

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