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Fig. S1: Least-squares mean (±SE) of distances among residents. Data were transformed as Ln(distance + 1). * Indicates that there was a significant difference between distances of residents from different predator localities.

Fig. S2: Changes in least-squares mean (±SE) distances between focal fish and the nearest resident and between the two nearest residents with time. Data were transformed as Ln (distance + 1).

Table S1:. Results of a repeated-measures analysis of variance of the full data set. The repeated observations include the four tests of each focal individual (twice with high-predation residents and twice with low-predation residents) and the five measurements of each of those 10 min tests.

Table S2: Results of two repeated-measures analyses of variance. The first analysis is of focal fish derived from high-predation (Crenicichla) localities. The second analysis is of focal fish derived from low-predation (Rivulus) localities.

Table S3: Results of two repeated-measures analyses of variance. The first analysis is for all tests of individuals in the high-predation demography (Crenicichla) treatments. The second analysis is for all tests of individuals in the low-predation demography (Rivulus) treatments.

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