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Fig. S1 Differences in competitive response or effect between Chromolaena odorata plants originating from native range and natives from China grown in both China and Mexico.

Fig. S2 Differences in competitive response to Eupatorium species from China and Mexico between Chromolaena odorata plants from invasive and native populations grown in Mexico.

Fig. S3 Differences in relative germination rate and relative radicle length between native species from China and Mexico when treated with leaf leachate of Chromolaena odorata.

Table S1 Background information on sample populations of Chromolaena odorata and native species from China and Mexico used in two competition experiments

Table S2 Results from three-way nested ANOVAs presenting the effects of range, population nested within range, and nutrient concentration on variables of Chromolaena odorata grown in the common garden in China

Table S3 Results from two-way nested ANOVAs presenting the differences between Chromolaena odorata plants from invasive and native populations grown at each nutrient concentration in China

Table S4 Results from one-way ANOVAs presenting the differences among Chromolaena odorata from both ranges and native Eupatorium species from China and Mexico grown at each nutrient concentration in China

Table S5 Results from two-way nested ANOVAs presenting the differences between Chromolaena odorata plants from invasive and native populations grown in Mexico

Table S6 Results from one-way ANOVAs presenting the differences among Chromolaena odorata from both ranges and native Eupatorium species from China and Mexico grown in Mexico