Colour–magnitude diagram (CMD) of the parent sample in the Mpc distance range. The shaded region indicates the (not volume-corrected) number density distribution of galaxies in each CMD bin, while the contours enclose 95%, 75%, 50%, and 25% of the population. The dashed vertical line indicates our bright magnitude limit (Mi − 5 log h100 = −18) for the selection of the AVOCADO sample. Note that, even though no massive clusters are included, the red sequence, green valley, and blue cloud are clearly distinguishable in the CMD, the latter being by far the dominant population.
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