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Generally the density of the environment is important for the formation and evolution of galaxies: bright elliptical galaxies reside in the centers of galaxy clusters, whereas late type galaxies preferentially populate small groups, filaments or the outskirts of rich clusters of galaxies. Furthermore, fainter galaxies define smaller voids than bright galaxies. Our investigation of void catalogues in the Northern Local Void region shows that large voids are interlaced by systems of faint galaxies dividing them into smaller subvoids (Lindner et al., 1995). This void hierarchy is an important property of the Large Scale Structure in the nearby Universe and can help to solve problems concerning the distribution of dwarf galaxies and BCDGs.
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