Morphology of star-forming EELGs. Examples of round/nucleated (upper left), clumpy/chain (upper right), cometary/tadpole (bottom left), and merger/interacting (bottom right) morphologies from their HST/ACS I-band (F814W) images. The images are oriented to the north–east and are 6′′ on a side. The redshift for each galaxy is indicated in the labels.
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