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Fig. A.1

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Evolution of planets that start at t0 = 2 Myr, but in discs that live up to tD = 3 Myr or tD = 5 Myr. The black circular symbols mark tD = 3 Myr, which corresponds to the final positions in Fig. 2. The black squares mark the final position at tD = 5 Myr. The evolution between 3 Myr and 5 Myr is indicated by the dashed lines. Clearly planets in the disc with longer lifetimes continue their evolution, so that the final dissipation time of the disc is very important to set the final mass and orbital position of planets.

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