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Figure S1 Image of the PVC-based chambers used to maintain the moss microcosms.

Figure S2 The effect of fragmentation on the biomass (mean mg/m2 ± SE) of large predaceous mites (circles) and small fungivorous mites (squares) at the end of the experiment (315 days).

Figure S3 The effect of fragmentation on the biomass (mean mg/m2 ± SE) of the dominant collembola group Isotomidae (~75% of collembola biomass) at the end of the experiment (315 days).

Table S1 Average density of mesofauna (# individuals/m2) collected following 315 days incubation in four fragmentation treatment microcosms.

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