Area of VLA - XXL-N mosaic containing the supercluster. “Overdense” early-type galaxies are shown as red dots and late-type galaxies as blue squares. Galaxies are classified as red if their g − r ≥ 1.17, and blue if g − r< 1.17 (see Fig. 10). Open red circles (blue squares) mark potential red (blue) supercluster member galaxies detected as 3 GHz radio sources (the 3 GHz VLA ID is indicated next to the radio sources). The X-ray identified clusters are marked with thick black circles, and VTA identified overdense structures are marked with thin grey circles, and labelled in the plot. Galaxies within these regions were sampled to statistically estimate the properties of clusters and overdense structures (see Table 3 for details).
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