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Fig. 6


Distributions of position angles for the local tangential directions to the fine filamentary structures, excluding strands and striations, detected by getfilaments toward the Musca main filament (solid histogram) and the B211/B213 filament (dashed histogram), relative to the mean central crest of the main filament in each case. Note how the distribution of position angles observed in Taurus B211/3 is broader (with a standard deviation of ~35°) than the distribution observed in Musca (which has a standard deviation of ~22°). This reflects the presence of multiple intertwined fibres in B211/3 (Hacar et al. 2013, and Fig. 5b), while the Musca main filament exhibits significantly less substructure (Fig. 5a).

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