Fig. S1. Study area showing landscapes (circles) numbered in order of their position on the matrix development intensity gradient; 1 being most rural, 19 being most suburban.

Fig. S2. Mammal sampling design. This trap configuration was chosen in order to have the greatest spread of traps through a site, within the constraints of small patch size, but also considering matrix heterogeneity along the gradient.

Table S1. Landscape selection criteria.

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