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Figure 2

From: Effect of sugar on male Anopheles gambiae mating performance, as modified by temperature, space, and body size

Figure 2

Extension of antennal fibrillae (maximum proportion ± SEM), according to presence or absence of available sugar (20% sucrose) on small (A, C) and large (B, D) males on each night after emergence, at 27°C (A, B) or 23°C (C, D), in 80-L cages. More males with sugar access erected their fibrillae than males without sugar (P = 0.05), starting from night 2 (A, B, C) or night 3 (D) onward. (20 males in each treatment, each replicated 4 times).

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