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Fig. 1


Top: distribution of stellar masses for the full Lupus sample from Ansdell et al. (2016) (white bars) and for the sub-sample analyzed in this work (blue bars). Bottom: observed integrated continuum flux at 890 μm (Ansdell et al. 2016) as a function of stellar mass. Blue dots represent sources whose analysis is presented in this work. Red dots represent sources that appear unresolved and have been discarded in the rest of the analysis due low signal-to-noise ratio. In this and subsequent plots, the circled dots highlight sources in the 0.7–1 M mass bin. We also report transition disks (“×” symbols), sources with irregular shape (hexagons), binaries (diamonds), and the sources with integrated flux Fcont< 4 mJy that we excluded from our analysis (empty circles).

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