Upper panel: LIR,SED versus f24 for the galaxies of the z sample (spectroscopically confirmed supercluster members). The dash-dotted line indicates the completeness limit of 0.2 mJy (see Sect. 2). The solid red line indicates the relation of Rieke et al. (2009), and the solid black histogram the tabulated values of LIR,SED for different f24 from Lee et al. (2010), scaled from their lowest redshift bin to the average redshift of A1763. The meaning of the symbols is the same as in Fig. 6. Lower panel: ratios of the biweight averages of LIR,SED (AGNs excluded) to either the tabulated values LIR,L10 (black dots), or the biweight averages of LIR,R09 (red squares), in bins of f24. In the y-axis label, we generically use the notation LIR,24 to refer to either LIR,R09 or LIR,L10. Vertical bars are 1σ uncertainties in the means; horizontal bars indicate the bin ranges. The red squares have been slightly displaced along the horizontal axis for clarity.
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