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Figure S1 Functional dendrogram based on species coordinates along eight axes of a multivariate analysis.

Figure S2 Spatial distribution of taxonomic, phylogenetic and functional diversity and of their relative turnover obtained with an alternative phylogeny.

Figure S3 Spatial distribution of taxonomic, phylogenetic and functional diversity and of their relative turnover obtained using presence–absence data instead of abundance.

Figure S4 Relationships between diversity facets at different spatial scales. (a) Relationships between gamma and beta diversities and (b) between gamma and beta TD, FD and PD.

Table S1 Functional traits used to estimate functional diversity of bird species assemblages.

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