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Table 2 1The abundance of female culicine species and An. sinensis in the study sites of Yongcheng city, Henan Province, China

From: The abundance and host-seeking behavior of culicine species (Diptera: Culicidae) and Anopheles sinensis in Yongcheng city, people's Republic of China

2The study sites The species of mosquitoes 3N Mean Std. Deviation Std. Error 95% Confidence Interval for Mean
       Lower Bound Upper Bound
Dingtang village An. sinensis 407 1.38 2.72 0.16 1.07 1.69
  Cx. tritaeniorhynchus 7,631 25.87 48.79 2.84 20.28 31.46
  Cx. pipiens pallens 131 0.44 2.22 0.13 0.19 0.70
Renhu village An. sinensis 2,960 6.85 10.10 0.49 5.90 7.81
  Cx. tritaeniorhynchus 14,019 32.45 77.32 3.72 25.14 39.76
  Cx. pipiens pallens 2,782 6.44 20.95 1.01 4.46 8.42
Wangshan-
zhuang village
An. sinensis 341 0.79 1.96 0.09 0.60 0.97
  Cx. tritaeniorhynchus 1,801 4.17 11.43 0.55 3.09 5.25
  Cx. pipiens pallens 292 0.68 1.29 0.06 0.55 0.80
  1. 1 The abundance refers to mean catch per bait per night.
  2. 2 Dingtang village in Lizhai township belongs to high levels of historical incidence of P. vivax malaria; Renhu village in Houling township belongs to intermediate levels of historical incidence of P. vivax malaria; Wangshanzhuang village in Chenji township belongs to low levels of historical incidence of P. vivax malaria.
  3. 3 N represents the total number of female mosquitoes in the study sites.