The clusters studied in this paper are listed in Table 1. The column headings are:
The zero point of the magnitude was estimated using published photometric data.
For A147 we have used g magnitude of bright galaxy given by Hoessel et al. (1980) after the transformation F=g-1.76. The clusters A260, A272 and A278 lie in the same plate. In this case we have used the V magnitudes taken from Sandage & Perelmuter (1991) after the transformation F=V-1.71. For A2093, A2096, and A2124, lying in the same plate, we have used the g magnitudes given by Hoessel et al. (1980) after the transformation F=g-1.78.
Details of the photometry of A1661, which lies in the same plate of A1700, are presented in our previous paper (Trèvese et al. 1997). Photometry of A2056 and A2073, which are in the same plate of A2065, are presented in our previous paper (Trèvese et al. 1997).
Each catalogue contains all galaxies in the area shown in the identification maps, brighter than m3+3.
Data for the individual galaxies in each cluster are given in Tables 2 to 11. The column headings for these tables are as follows:
Galaxies are sorted according to their total magnitude.
P.H. is supported by grants from the Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada. P.F. and J.K. thank the Istituto Astronomico, Universita di Roma "La Sapienza'' for hospitality. This work has been partly supported by the Polish Committee for Scientific Research under the grant P304 006 05/93 and by the Italian MURST and CNR (G.N.A).
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