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Fig. S1. Ability of probability of occurrence scores produced by species distribution models to predict population density and stability for birds and butterflies.

Table S1. Butterfly and bird species used in the analysis.

Table S2. Biotope categories used in the analysis.

Table S3. Goodness of fit of butterfly species distribution models.

Table S4. Goodness of fit of bird species distribution models.

Table S5. Relationships between probability of occurrence estimates and population density and stability for bird and butterfly groups combined.

Table S6. Individual species relationships between probability of occurrence and population density.

Table S7. Individual species relationships between probability of occurrence and population stability.

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