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We use orthogonally polarized two-colour (OTC) laser pulses to separate quantum paths in multiphoton ionization of Ar atoms. Our OTC pulses consist of 400~nm and 800~nm light at a relative intensity ratio of 10:1. We find a hitherto unobserved interference in the photoelectron momentum distribution, which exhibits a strong dependence on the relative phase of the OTC pulse. Analysis of model calculations reveal that the interference is caused by quantum pathways from non-adjacent quarter cycles.doi:10.1103/physrevlett.119.243201 pmid:29286743 fatcat:q7aaebqbpjfehhy2ba2iiu5rva