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Table S1. Number of cases for which the intensity function λ(x) could not be estimated (number of individuals <10), for which the stepwise procedure did not yield a significant model, and the number of species for which a significant model was found.

Table S2. Detailed results of the habitat models for the Wabikon plot.

Table S3. Detailed results of the habitat models for the CBS plot.

Figure S1. The nearest neighbor distance function G(r) for the Ulmus japonica in the CBS plot and the theoretical G(r) for the fitted homogeneous Poisson process, the inhomogeneous Poisson process, the homogeneous Thomas process and the inhomogeneous Thomas process.

Figure S2. Elevation, species abundance and richness at the Wabikon plot.

Figure S3. Elevation, species abundance and richness at the CBS plot.

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