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Figure S1 Influence of patch carrying capacity K for hosts on the evolution of host dispersal in the commensalism (A and D), mutualism (B and E), and parasitism (C and F) scenarios; the upper row is for 1H1G, and the bottom row for 2H2G scenarios.

Figure S2 Temporal dynamics of dispersal evolution in parasitic systems.

Figure S3 Effect of external extinction risk (ε; different columns), guests' search efficiency (ai; x-axis), and dispersal mortality of hosts and guests (ch and cp; y-axis) on the evolution of host dispersal in the different 1H1G scenarios: (A–C) commensalism, (D–F) mutualism, and (G–I) parasitism.

Figure S4 Effect of external extinction risk (ε; different columns), guests' search efficiency (ai; x-axis), and dispersal mortality of hosts and guests (ch and cp; y-axis) on the evolution of host dispersal in the different 2H2G scenarios: (A–C) commensalism, (D–F) mutualism, and (G–I) parasitism.

Figure S5 Effect of initial spatial arrangement of host populations in mutualistic 2H2G systems on the evolution of host dispersal.

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