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Supplementary Methods

Figure S1 The thermal preference gradient used in the present study.

Figure S2 Temperatures immediately below a kelp frond (kelp) in the wrack, and at 5, 25 and 43 cm depths into the pebble substrate on Trypot Beach, recorded using Thermochron DS1922H i-button dataloggers (0.2 °C resolution) on 5–16 April 2008.

Figure S3 Trypot Beach at Marion Island. Kelp flies typically occupy the kelp-covered area of the beach along the shore.

Figure S4 Moulting elephant seals occupying the study site at Trypot Beach on a sunny afternoon.

Supplementary Results

Figure S5 Median, quartile range and minima and maxima of the preferred body temperatures of adults and larvae of Paractora dreuxi.

Table S1 Outcome of a two-way analysis of variance with day and stage (adults vs. larvae) as the categorical factors.

Figure S6 Body temperatures (± 95% confidence intervals) of larval and adult Paractora dreuxi and substrate rock surface temperatures at Trypot Beach on two relatively cool days (6th and 7th of April 2008).

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