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Table S1 Number of quadrats surveyed for each ecosystem type (or ecological vegetation class) in Victoria between 1970 and 2011

Table S2 Our approach for testing four hypotheses proposed to explain high degrees of riparian invasion based on characteristics of invading species

Table S3 Results of a one-way ANOVA comparing the number of dispersal modes used by species that invade and do not invade riparian zones

Table S4 Results of a one-way ANOVA comparing the prevalence of dispersal using water currents among species that invade and do not invade riparian zones

Table S5 Results of a one-way ANOVA comparing the prevalence of human-mediated dispersal among species that invade and do not invade riparian zones

Notes S1 Description of datasets and analyses regarding the degree of invasion of riparian zones