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Table 2

Results of the KS test (the pKS-values): comparison of the galaxy properties in filament- and spider-type superclusters of different overall shape and richness.

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

More elongated and less elongated superclusters

Filaments Spiders

flux-lim vol-lim flux-lim vol-lim
p KS p KS p KS p KS

g − r 0.515 0.735 0.331 0.107
p l 0.099 0.535 0.003 0.011
log   Ms < 1e − 5 0.153 0.524 0.350
SFR 0.242 0.221 0.001 0.002

The richest superclusters

Filaments Spiders
SCl 001, SCl 027 SCl 019, SCl 099

flux-lim vol-lim flux-lim vol-lim
p KS p KS p KS p KS

g − r < 1e − 5 < 1e − 5 0.824 0.804
p l < 1e − 5 < 1e − 5 0.001 0.127
log   Ms < 1e − 5 0.063 0.012 < 1e − 5
SFR 0.001 0.003 0.003 0.079
D 8 < 1e − 5 < 1e − 5 < 1e − 5 < 1e − 5

Notes. Columns are as follows: 1: Galaxy properties. g − r – colour index, pl – probability of being a late type, log   Ms – log stellar mass, SFR – log SFR, D8 – environmental density at 8 h-1 Mpc scale smoothing scale; 2–5: the pKS-value of the test.

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