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Table 1

Selection criteria applied to our mock galaxies to emulate stellar-mass samples consistent with SES13 and for the two additional colour-selected samples RED and BLUE.

Galaxy sample Selectiona
SM1 0.5 ≤ M* < 1; i′ < 22.5
SM2 1 ≤ M* < 2; i′ < 22.5
SM3 2 ≤ M* < 4; i′ < 22.5
SM4 4 ≤ M* < 8; i′ < 22.5
SM5 8 ≤ M* < 16; i′ < 22.5
SM6 16 ≤ M* < 32; i′ < 22.5
RED ur > 1.93 z + 1.85; i′ < 22.5;
0.5 ≤ M* < 32
BLUE ur ≤ 1.93 z + 1.85; i′ < 22.5;
0.5 ≤ M* < 32
SOURCES i′≤ 24.7; 0.65 ≤ zp < 1.2

Notes. The samples are further subdivided, as in SES13, into the two redshift bins, low-z () and high-z (), by an emulated selection in photometric redshift zp. The redshiftdistributions of all samples are summarised by Fig. 1. The sample SOURCES is used as background sample for the mock lensing analysis. (a) M* refers to the stellar mass in units of 1010 M; i′, u, r are apparent magnitudes as defined for CFHTLenS (Erben et al. 2013); z is the (cosmological) galaxy redshift; zp is a photometric redshift with errors similar to CFHTLenS

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