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Appendix S1. Detailed description of method: variation partitioning with three explanatory variables.

Figure S1. Detailed map of transect locations in each region.

Figure S2. Species accumulation curves for each of the eight regions sampled.

Figure S3. Gamma diversity versus map-derived regional richness.

Figure S4. Regional alpha diversity and gamma diversity versus current climate, and the proportion of small-ranged species and canopy species versus long-term habitat stability.

Figure S5. Regional alpha diversity and gamma diversity versus soil fertility, soil heterogeneity and regional topography.

Table S1. List of the 98 palm species.

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