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Appendix S1. Patch characteristics.

Appendix S2. Temporal recapture frequency ofmales (filled circles) and females (open triangles) of Byasaimpediens.

Appendix S3. Temporal patterns of dispersaldistances for males (a) and females (b). Open triangles, withinpatch movements; filled circles, between patch movements.Regression lines indicate a significant relationship between timeand dispersal distance for females moving between patches (solidline, distance = 416.75(SE = 185.42) + 125.18 (SE = 11.95)day, R² = 0.98) and within patches (dashed line,distance = 56.60(SE = 62.45) + 21.196 (SE = 8.21)day, R² = 0.27).

Appendix S4. Relative importance of variablesdescribing patch characteristics according to second orderAkaike-weights for persistence, emigration and immigration of B.impediens. R² values and degrees of freedom are provided for the best fitting models according to AICc. Variables of the best models are indicated by an asterisk.

Appendix S5. Relationship of butterflypersistence (a), emigration (b) and immigration (c) and severalpatch characteristics. Regressions with forest cover and realisednearest neighbour distance are plotted against the residuals of thefinal averaged model (delta AICc < 2) excluding therespective variable.

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