Both members of the amicable pair with same sopfr are listed in the sequence but are not necessarily adjacent.
The terms shown have 17, 18 digits (7 terms) and 19 digits (four terms).
Comment from N. J. A. Sloane, Jun 07 2016: (Start)
Sergei Chernykh has conducted several searches for amicable pairs in the 18-digit range (here p and q are the largest prime factors):
1) All pairs of the form (m*p^k1, n*q^k2) where k1 > 1 _OR_ k2 > 1
2) All pairs of the form (m*p, n*q) where m < 2*10^11 _AND_ n < 2*10^11
3) Current exhaustive search has already found all pairs of the form (m*p^k1, n*q^k2) where p < 21818622 for any k1, q, k2
If we combine the results of these searches it is easy to see that the remaining undiscovered pairs can only have the form (m*p, n*q) where their largest prime factors are p > 21818622 and q < 10000000 (2*10^18 / 2*10^11), so they can't have the same sopfr.
This means that all 18-digit members of A267076 are already known. There are no new ones. (End)
Sergei Chernykh with BOINC completed the amicable pairs list with 20 digits.
In their ongoing search for 21-digit amicable numbers Sergei Chernykh and BOINC have so far found the following numbers: 130292188156891334007, 137813613144174393993, 208010335478545813941, 220018224493331050059, 250217395764910459875, 271313659794405815325, 276109509594435349833, 349735430520058090167, 370496519153268119073, 402333253352868456927, 781727874026691579075, 886084603302962180925. - Sven Simon Feb 26 2021