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Appendix S1. Cumulative probability of random elevation segments of pollen abundance non-metric probability distributions (PDF) for the most common 36 pollen taxa from five moss-polster altitudinal transects from western Amazonian montane forests, Peru.

Appendix S2. Detrended correspondence analysis for the 40 most important taxa using presence/absence data. Numbers represent elevation (m a.s.l.) and letters abbreviate transect names: S: Sauce, P: Palotoa, Co: Consuelo, Ca: Callanga, K: Kosñipata; grey triangles: pollen rain samples from below 1500 m elevation; empty triangles: pollen rain samples from above 1500 m elevation from western Amazonian montane forests (Peru).

Appendix S3a. Detrended correspondence analysis sample scores for five altitudinal pollenrain transects from western Amazonian montane forests, Peru.

Appendix S3b. Detrended correspondence analysis ordination plot showing species scores for five altitudinal pollen rain transects from western Amazonian montane forests, Peru.

Appendix S4. Cumulative probability of random elevation segments of pollen abundance non-metric probability distributions (PDF) versus basal area (circles), abundance (triangles), and herbarium collection (crosses) PDFs for 11 pollen taxa from five moss-polster altitudinal transects from western Amazonian montane forests, Peru. Pollen PDF on x-axis and all other variables on y-axis. Spearman correlation coefficients between pollen and the other variables are shown for each species (*significant at P <0.01).

Appendix S5. List of pollen taxa from moss polster for which probability density functions were modelled and corresponding species found in permanent plots from western Amazonian montane forests, Peru.

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