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UV excesses measured for NGC 2264 cluster members as described in Venuti et al. (2014) are compared to their measured rotation periods, reported in Table 4 of the present study. Filled dots correspond to disk-bearing objects (CTTS), while disk-free WTTS are indicated as empty blue squares. The different color groups among CTTS correspond to different variable classes, as detailed in the legend (green indicates light curves dominated by flux dips; orange corresponds to stochastic bursters; grey is used for CTTS with light curves dominated by spot modulation; red corresponds to other CTTS members whose light curve is not ascribed to any specific class among the ones listed before). A cross superimposed on a dot or square signifies that the corresponding object is a known spectroscopic binary.

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