• • • We do not use the following data for averages, fits, limits, etc. • • • 
$> 74$ 
95 
^{ 1} 

OPAL 
$> 90$ 
95 
^{ 2} 

DLPH 
^{1}
ABBIENDI 2004F use data from $\sqrt {s }$ = $189  209$~GeV. They derive limits on sparticle masses under the assumption of RPV with ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit L}}{{\overline{\mathit E}}}$ or ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit Q}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}$ couplings. The results are valid for tan ${{\mathit \beta}}$ = 1.5, ${{\mathit \mu}}$ = $200$~GeV, with, in addition, $\Delta \mathit m$ $>$ 5~GeV for indirect decays via ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit Q}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}$ . The limit quoted applies to direct decays with ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit L}}{{\overline{\mathit E}}}$ couplings and improves to 75~GeV for ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit Q}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}$ couplings. The limit on the ${{\widetilde{\mathit \tau}}_{{R}}}$ mass for indirect decays is 92~GeV for ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit L}}{{\overline{\mathit E}}}$ couplings at ${\mathit m}_{{{\widetilde{\mathit \chi}}^{0}}}$ = 10~GeV and no exclusion is obtained for ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit Q}}{{\overline{\mathit D}}}$ couplings. Supersedes the results of ABBIENDI 2000 .

^{2}
ABDALLAH 2004M use data from $\sqrt {s }$ = $192  208$~GeV to derive limits on sparticle masses under the assumption of RPV with ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit L}}{{\overline{\mathit E}}}$ couplings. The results are valid for ${{\mathit \mu}}$ = $200$~GeV, tan ${{\mathit \beta}}$ = 1.5, $\Delta \mathit m$ $>$ 5~GeV and assuming a BR of 1 for the given decay. The limit quoted is for indirect decays using the neutralino constraint of 39.5 GeV, also derived in ABDALLAH 2004M. For indirect decays via ${{\mathit L}}{{\mathit L}}{{\overline{\mathit E}}}$ the limit decreases to 86 GeV if the constraint from the neutralino is not used. Supersedes the result of ABREU 2000U.

