Most of the radio emission here seems to be coming from the bright IR source almost at the centre of the image but it's hard to be sure as it's so #messy . The bright IR source on the left hand side of the image seems to also have some radio emission of its own, although whether the host galaxies are interacting or it is simply a background object I do not know and I do not see the co-ordinates to check their respective redshifts (if they are known).
by DocR scientist
I'm with you - i think except for the small double in the slightly upper left, probably all one source from the bright IR galaxy in the center. I'm guessing background, but redshifts would need to be checked if available. Not sure why you can't see the coordinates, at bottom of picture -- that's the field center, and would be a place to start to get the WISE image + detailed coordinates. Sorry, I have to run and can't check this out now.
Bright IR source in the center is probably
And IR source with a double is probably
Or perhaps this