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Fig. B.1


Left panel: colour–magnitude diagram of stars classified as belonging to the field according to their proper motion (dots) and of stars removed from the member sample based on their colour or known spectral type (triangles). Field stars which could only be discerned due to the knowledge of their spectral type are additionally drawn as diamonds. The vertical, short-dashed line and the second isochrone (AKs,   cut = 2.89   mag, long-dashed line) indicate the position of the blue and the red colour-cut (see Sect. 6). The tilted lines, equally spaced in H-band, are lines of reddening according to the extinction law of Nishiyama et al. (2009) and are the boundaries of the bins used to estimate the residual contamination of the member sample. The estimation was performed in two different ways for bins 1 to 3 (counted from bottom to top, solid lines) and for bins 4 to 6 (dashed lines). Right panel: ratio of the number of expected contaminating field stars in the member sample after proper motion selection and colour-cut to the number of cluster members for the respective mass bin (see right panel) plotted vs. the initial mass as determined from the 4   Myr Padova isochrone. The number of contaminating field stars for the first three bins (solid) and for the bins 4 to 6 (dashed) are estimated according to Appendix C.2 and Appendix C.1, respectively.

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