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Fig. S1 Distribution of endangered and alien plants in relation to vegetation N and P concentrations and stocks.

Fig. S2 Distribution of species richness, and endangered and alien species in relation to soil ammonium, extractable phosphorus and pH.

Table S1 Habitat characteristics of endangered and alien plants found in this study

Table S2 Most common plant families in the Brazilian Cerrado, and number of endangered and alien species among them