Figure S1 Summary of methodological approach for functional redundancy.

Figure S2 Summary of methodological approach for response diversity.

Figure S3 Association between response diversity and functional redundancy.

Figure S4 Functional redundancy of individual effect groups under land use intensification.

Table S1 Summary of the 18 datasets.

Table S2 Detailed characteristics of the 18 datasets.

Table S3 Functional traits used in each study.

Table S4 References for trait data.

Table S5 Characteristics of individual effect groups.

Table S6 Average species richness per land use intensity class, for each of 18 land use intensity gradients.

Appendix S1 R script for measuring response diversity.

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