Let H be a set of connected graphs, each of which has order at least three, and suppose that there exist infinitely many connected H-free graphs of minimum degree at least two and all except for finitely many of them have a 2-factor. In [J. Graph Theory, 64 (2010), 250–266], we proved that if |H| ≤ 3, then one of the members in H is a star. In this article, we determine the remaining members of H and hence give a complete characterization of the pairs and triples of forbidden subgraphs.
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- Geometry and Topology