Stellar mass completeness limits as a function of d4000 and redshift. Light blue points mark the limiting stellar mass (ℳlim) of 0.50 ≤ z< 0.65 VIPERS galaxies, at which they would have the apparent magnitude limit iAB = 22.5 of the survey. The solid blue curve marks the median ℳlim value of these galaxies as a function of d4000, while the dashed lines mark the 16% and 90% completeness limits. The red curve is the best-fit double power-law to the 90% completeness limit for galaxies within the 0.50 ≤ z< 0.65 redshift bin. Black curves plot the corresponding best-fit double power-laws to the 90% completeness limits for the 0.65 ≤ z< 0.80 and 0.80 ≤ z< 1.00 redshift intervals.
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