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Table 2 Citation search results for the bionomics survey taken from the MAP database.

From: The dominant Anopheles vectors of human malaria in the Americas: occurrence data, distribution maps and bionomic précis

Species Citations (unfiltered) Citations (filtered) Citations with data References.
An. albimanus 111 68 24 [73, 7691, 185, 203209]
An. albitarsis 73 42 15 [74, 93, 95, 96, 98105, 140, 210, 211]
An. aquasalis 30 20 10 [93, 100, 106109, 111, 112, 212214]
An. darlingi 138 78 36 [7375, 90, 95, 104, 113123, 131, 141, 185, 208, 210, 215229]
An. freeborni 19 - 3 [127, 128, 230]
An. marajoara - - 6 [113, 116, 117, 129, 131, 132, 220]
An. nuneztovari 53 28 10 [74, 80, 95, 99, 102, 116, 131, 139141, 145]
An. pseudopunctipennis 46 32 20 [76, 93, 109, 139, 148, 149, 151159, 208, 212, 231234]
An. quadrimaculatus 66 36 16 [69, 160171, 235237]
  1. Filter terms were: behaviour, behavior, larva, biting, resting and habitat. Anopheles albitarsis and An. marajoara libraries were combined prior to data extractions to try and ensure no information was omitted (An. marajoara is a sibling of the An. albitarsis complex). Articles/data specific to An. marajoara were listed in the datasheet separately and those listed under "An. albitarsis" are for all other members of the complex, excluding An. marajoara