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Examples of quasars missed as galaxies. The spectroscopically observed target is at the centre in a red box, and photometrically observed sources are circled in blue. From top left to bottom right in order of how resolved they are, their SpecObjIDs, resolvedr parameters and redshifts are: 5331182333197262848, 2.544 (z = 0.137); 706011020694415360, 1.655 (z = 0.058); 996574564462913536, 1.603 (z = 0.170); 6097903957849382912, 1.347 (z = 0.527); 1481775858556364800, 1.163 (z = 0.100); 8848470304915169280, 1.047 (z = 0.238); 6729619569105674240, 0.97151 (z = 0.142); 668808218473949184, 0.968 (z = 0.098); 7523363890043789312, 0.899 (z = 0.592); 9072765177980493824, 0.841 (z = 0.802); 1612303285509711872, 0.782 (z = 0.107) and 9897866743979679744, 0.631 (z = 0.337).

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