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  • text S1. Primary, secondary, and compounded extinction rates.
  • text S2. Canonical and MaxEnt approaches to the SAR.
  • text S3. A more restrictive analysis based on 50+ point-per-species models.
  • table S1. Host specificity and parasite species richness.
  • table S2. Thomas best-case scenario coextinction rates.
  • table S3. Thomas worst-case scenario coextinction rates.
  • table S4. Thomas total coextinction rates.
  • table S5. Urban best-case scenario coextinction rates.
  • table S6. Urban worst-case scenario coextinction rates.
  • table S7. Urban total coextinction rates.
  • table S8. Cumulative extinctions with dispersal.
  • table S9. Cumulative extinctions with dispersal.
  • table S10. 50+ points subanalysis-based habitat loss rates.
  • fig. S1. Final data set breakdown by source and clade.
  • fig. S2. Example presentation of species distribution and conservation status on PEARL.
  • fig. S3. Loss of native habitat broken down by RCP and GCM.
  • fig. S4. Trade-offs between biodiversity loss and emergence across parasite clades.
  • fig. S5. Sources and distribution of occurrence data.
  • fig. S6. Loss of native habitat broken down by feature classes and regularization multiplier.
  • fig. S7. Visualizing spatial bias in species richness gradients.
  • fig. S8. Parasite richness gradients by human health concern.

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