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Figure S1.  Mean effect size (Hedge’s d) and 95% bias-corrected bootstrap intervals of the effect of alien (AL) or native (NA) neighbour plant species on visitation frequency of focal plant species at (a) random, (b) lowest and (c) highest relative neighbour plant abundance. Sample sizes for alien and native categories are n = 9 and 7 respectively.

Figure S2.  Mean effect size (Hedge’s d) and 95% bias-corrected bootstrap intervals of the effect of alien (AL) or native (NA) neighbour plant species on reproductive success of focal plant species at (a) random, (b) lowest and (c) highest relative neighbour plant abundance. Sample sizes for alien and native categories are n = 9 and 8 respectively.

Appendix S1.  List of studies on data set.

Appendix S2.  Plant species, characterization of study system and Hedges’ d effect size for visitation and reproductive success per observation. Authorities, when not provided in the articles, were obtained from Flora Europaea (for Europe), United States Department of Agriculture (for North America), Biotik. org (for Asia), Sistema de Información de Biodiversidad de Adm. Parques Nac. de Arg. (for South America), or from the Wilkipedia, when a species was not found in any of those sources.

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