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Fig. 7


6′′× 6′′ color image cutouts of the NIR counterparts to the ALMA detections, with blue corresponding to bands F435W+F060W, green to bands F810W+F105W and red to bands F125W+F140W+F160W. The cyan contours denote the ALMA 1.1 mm emission, whereby the levels are displayed on a logarithmic scale at ±3, 4, 5.3, 7.1, 9.5, 12.6, 16.8, 22.5, 30 ×σ, with σ being the primary beam corrected noise level at the position of the source. The ALMA synthesized beam corresponding to each observation is shown in the lower left corner of each cutout. A green star represents the position of the associated NIR counterpart, while the magenta ellipse shows the 1σ range of the center of the ALMA emission based on the uv-plane fit. In all cases, the positional error associated with the NIR position is small compared to that of the ALMA emission.

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