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Appendix C. Two-dimensional representations of the mathematical model.

Fig. C1. Two-dimensional representations of Fig. 2, demonstrating how enemy release (as measured by the increase in relative abundance due to reduced antagonistic interactions with an enemy) experienced by invading prey (*I*)is sensitive to environmental temperature. Solid lines are when predator (*P*)consumes *I *and native prey (*N*)at equal rates. Dashed lines are when *P *consumes *N *at three times the rate of *I.* Panels show outcomes for when thermal sensitivities are equal for all species (A,B,C) or greater for *P *than for *N *and *I* (D,E,F). Thermal maxima for vital rates are: equal for all species (A,D), greatest for *P* but equal between resources (B,E), or greatest in *I* but equal between *N* and *P* (C,F).