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Table S1. The location and climate of each region

Table S2. The predicted versus observed egg distributions estimated for each survey, site and location and subsequently pooled across the entire data set. The predicted distribution assumed a negative binomial distribution (θ = 1·873)

Table S3. A breakdown of deviance for smoothers in time [g(t), equation 2] for individual combinations of region and pod generation. See Table 3 for the full table of deviance

Table S4. The mean proportion of beetle eggs that were intact, and the mean proportion of intact, unparasitized eggs that hatched (mean across all surveys and sites)

Fig. S1. A rug plot showing the relationship between parasitism rates and egg density with 95% confidence intervals, estimated using equation 2 at a representative site and pod generation (Victoria River District, 2002–2003) at time of maximum pod fall.

Fig. S2. Rug plots showing the relationship between parasitism rates and time since peak pod fall for each region and pod generation combination as estimated using equation 2 for a representative site and at an egg density of one egg per seed.

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