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Figure S1. Position of point transects in Jonkershoek Nature Reserve. Areas shaded in green and brown represent protected (natural) and unprotected (disturbed) areas respectively.

Figure S2. Position of line transects (black lines) in and around the Karoo National Park. The green line represents the park borders. Vegetation types have been mapped (data from Bezuidenhout & Holness, 2004), and the position of riverine vegetation (Karoo drainage line complex vegetation type) has also been shown.

Figure S3. Position of point transects in Tembe. Areas shaded in green and brown represent protected (natural) areas and unprotected (disturbed) areas respectively. (N=natural, D=disturbed).

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