Appendix 1: Plant species sampled for the insect/plant database. Species shown in bold are threatened translocated plant species. Locality abbreviations




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Appendix 1: Plant species sampled for the insect/plant database. Species shown in bold are threatened translocated plant species. Locality abbreviations: Stirl = Stirling Range National Park; Torn = Torndirrup Peninsula; Tran = Translocated site at West Kamballup.

Family

Subfamily

Tribe

Genus

Species

Site
















In situ

Tran
















Stirl

Torn




























Dilleniaceae







Hibbertia

gracilipes









Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Cosmelieae

Andersonia

axilliflora









Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Cosmelieae

Andersonia

echinocephala









Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Styphelieae

Astroloma

epacridis









Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Styphelieae

Astroloma

pallidum









Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Styphelieae

Leucopogon

atherolepis









Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Styphelieae

Leucopogon

australis









Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Styphelieae

Leucopogon

cucullatus









Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Styphelieae

Leucopogon

gibbosus









Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Styphelieae

Leucopogon

gnaphalioides








Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Styphelieae

Leucopogon

interstans









Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Styphelieae

Leucopogon

lasiophyllus









Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Styphelieae

Leucopogon

oppositifolius









Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Styphelieae

Leucopogon

sp. ‘short style’









Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Styphelieae

Leucopogon

tamariscinus









Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Styphelieae

Monotoca

oligarrhenoides









Ericaceae

Styphelioideae

Richeeae

Sphenotoma

sp. 'Stirling'









Fabaceae

Faboideae

Bossiaeeae

Bossiaea

ornata









Fabaceae

Mimosoideae

Acacieae

Acacia

celastrifolia









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

aculeata









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

anatona









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

biterax









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

brownii







Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

caleyi









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

concinna









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

drummondii









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

falcata









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

foliolata









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

formosa









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

grandis









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

hirta









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

lemanniana









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

littoralis









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

montana








Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

oreophila









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

plumosa









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

polycephala









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

pseudoplumosa









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

quercifolia









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

sessilis








Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

solandri









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Banksieae

Banksia

sphaerocarpa









Proteaceae

Grevilleoideae

Conospermeae

Petrophile

serruriae









Rhamnaceae







Trymalium

ledifolium

































Appendix 2: Details and code for OpenBUGS model of host breadth

model{


for (i in 1:Nobs) { #for each of the observations

dummy[i] <- 1

dummy[i] ~ dbern(like[i]) # ‘ones trick’ for maximum likelihood

# compound likelihood Zeros= must be (not used AND not a tourist) OR (used AND not occupied);

#ones=tourist OR occupied & abund=1; other must be occupied AND abund >1

like[i] <- l.zero[i] + l.one[i] + l.pois[i]*p.occ[i]*(1-equals(count[i], 0) - equals(count[i], 1))

l.zero[i] <- ((1-use[pl.spp[i], insect[i]])*(1-ptourist[i]) + use[pl.spp[i],insect[i]]*(1-p.occ[i])) * equals(count[i], 0)

l.one[i] <- (ptourist[i] + l.pois[i]* p.occ[i])*equals(count[i], 1)

l.pois[i] <- exp(-lambda[i] + count[i] * log(lambda[i]) - logfact(count[i]) ) / (1 - exp(-lambda[i]) )
p.occ[i] <- po[site[i], insect[i]] * use[pl.spp[i], insect[i]]

ptourist[i] <- pt * (1 - use[pl.spp[i], insect[i]]) # prob of being tourist (only >0 if not used)

lambda[i] <- exp(beta[ins.ord[i]]) # abund of invert j on plant[i]

dv[i] <- method[i]+pl.gen[i]+Npl.gen #dummy to cope with unused vars

} # end i loop round observations
for (n in 1: Npl.spp){ # loop round plant species

for (j in 1:Nins) { # loop round insects

use[n, j] ~ dbern(p[n, j]) # use of Pl.sp[n] by Ins[j] is 0 or 1 drawn from a Bernoulli with prob, p

logit(p[n, j]) <- max(min(alpha[pl.fam[n], j], 99), -99)

} # end loop round invert spp

} # end loop round plant species


for (j in 1: Nins) { # for each invertebrate spp.

HB_invert[j] <- sum(use[, j]) # Host Breadth is the sum of Plant species that could be hosts

for (f in 1:Npl.fam) { alpha[f, j] ~ dnorm(mn[1], prec[1]) } # varn in host use b/w plant family*invert

} # end j loop round inverts


for (s in 1: Nsites) { # loop round sites

for (j in 1:Nins) {

logit(po[s, j]) <- max(min(logit.po[s, j], 99), -99)

logit.po[s, j] ~ dnorm (mn[3], prec[3])

}

} #end loop round sites



for (z in 1: Nins.ord) { beta[z] ~ dnorm(mn[2], prec[2]) } # loop round inv orders

##PRIORS


for (k in 1:3) {

mn[k] ~dnorm(0, 1.0E-4)

prec[k] <- 1/sd[k]/sd[k]

sd[k] ~ dunif(0,20)

}

pt ~ dunif(0, 1) # prob of being tourist if not used



} #END MODEL

INITS


list(mn=c(-4,0,-1),sd=c(2,1,1), pt=0.003)

Appendix 3: Summary of insect species from SIMPER analysis making the greatest contributions to the differences between Leucopogon gnaphalioides plants in Stirling Range National Park (In situ) and the translocated area (Tran). Contributions were cut at 90%.


Order

Family

Species

Average abundance

Contribution (%)

In situ

Tran

Coleoptera

Lathridiidae

Corticaria australis Blackburn

2.30

0

23.61

Hemiptera

Achilidae

Plectoderini sp. 12

0

1.71

21.87

Coleoptera

Lathridiidae

Corticaria sp. 124

1.20

0

10.98

Thysanoptera

Phlaeothripidae

Phlaeothripidae sp. 31

0.87

0

9.05

Coleoptera

Curculionidae

Adelognatha sp. 31

0

0.29

3.72

Hemiptera

Cicadellidae

Anzygina zealandica (Myers)

0.37

0

3.32

Coleoptera

Chrysomelidae

Eumolpinae sp. 228

0.33

0

3.27

Hemiptera

Lygaeidae

Nysius vinitor Bergroth

0.23

0

2.15

Coleoptera

Tenebrionidae

Chromomaea sp. 85

0

0.14

2.00

Coleoptera

Curculionidae

Cydmaea sp. 39

0

0.14

1.71

Hemiptera

Flatidae

Siphanta sp. 02

0

0.14

1.71

Coleoptera

Melyridae

Dasytes sp. 56

0.13

0

1.62

Thysanoptera

Phlaeothripidae

Phlaeothripidae sp. 27

0.17

0

1.44

Hemiptera

Psyllidae

Cryptoneossa sp. 01

0.10

0

1.19

Coleoptera

Chrysomelidae

Micrantipha sp. 53

0.10

0

1.17

Coleoptera

Curculionidae

Tychini sp. 49

0.13

0

1.15

Coleoptera

Dermestidae

Trogoderma sp. 62

0.07

0

1.05


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