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Fig. S1 Soil moisture and temperature of sampled plots.

Fig. S2 Stem mortality and aboveground biomass of sampled plots.

Fig. S3 Methodology for the calculation of herbivore attack.

Fig. S4 PC1 vs PC2 of a seasonal PCA of Quercus ilex leaves.

Fig. S5 PC1 vs PC2 of a PCA of Quercus ilex leaves in spring and summer.

Fig. S6 PC1 vs PC2 of a PCA of Quercus ilex leaves in summer excluding folivory as a variable.

Fig. S7 Foliar polyphenolic concentrations vs foliar consumption in summer.

Table S1 NMR assignments of the metabolites identified in polar samples

Table S2 NMR assignments of the main peaks of nonpolar samples

Table S3 Details of LC-MS chromatogram processing

Table S4 Retention time and exact mass of metabolite assignment by LC-MS

Table S5 Seasonal one-way ANOVAs of identified metabolites in leaves of Quercus ilex

Table S6 One-way ANOVAs of identified metabolites in leaves of Quercus ilex of control vs droughted trees with data of all seasons

Table S7 One-way ANOVAs of identified metabolites in leaves of Quercus ilex of control vs droughted trees with summer data

Methods S1 Details of chemical analyses.

Methods S2 Details of NMR metabolite elucidation.