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Table S1. Pair-wise correlations (Pearson correlation coefficients; r) between lizard abundance, species richness and habitat characteristics in all habitat types.

Table S2. Pair-wise correlations (Pearson correlation coefficients; r) between lizard abundance, species richness and habitat characteristics in Forest habitat.

Table S3. Pair-wise correlations (Pearson correlation coefficients; r) between lizard abundance, species richness and habitat characteristics in Orchard habitat.

Table S4. Pair-wise correlations (Pearson correlation coefficients; r) between lizard abundance, species richness and habitat characteristics in Clear cut habitat.

Figure S1. Plot of Canonical Correspondence Analysis (CCA) comparing matrices of structural habitat characteristics with lizard abundance data in Forest habitat. Species are represented by filled triangles. Habitat characteristics are represented by arrows; the longer an arrow, the stronger the relationship between the corresponding habitat variable and the described assemblage.

Figure S2. Plot of Canonical Correspondence Analysis (CCA) comparing matrices of structural habitat characteristics with lizard abundance data in Orchard habitat; symbols same as Fig. S1.

Figure S3. Plot of Canonical Correspondence Analysis (CCA) comparing matrices of structural habitat characteristics with lizard abundance data in Clear cut habitat; symbols same as Fig. S1.

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