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Table 4 Origin of blood meal of engorged female An. sinensis in the study sites during the work period

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

1Origin of blood meal of engorged female
An.sinensis
The research sites Total
  Dingtang village Renhu village Wangshanzhuang village  
  Human bednet trap Calf
bednet trap
Goat
bednet trap
2 Pig
bednet trap
Dog
bednet trap
Human bednet trap Calf
bednet trap
Goat
bednet trap
Pig
bednet trap
Dog
bednet trap
Human bednet trap Calf
bednet trap
Goat
bednet trap
Pig
bednet trap
3 Dog
bednet trap
 
Single host                 0
Human 3                3
Goat 2   9    1   4         16
Dog      2      2       4
Pig 2 1        12 1     8   24
Calf 1 7     1 7 1    2 3 1    23
Other 3       1   1 2 1 3     11
Mixed host                 0
Calf/goat    1      4         5
Calf/pig 2            6 1    9
Pig/dog      1            1
Calf/pig/dog      2            2
Calf/pig/goat 1       1          2
Other 1         1        2
Total 15 8 10 0 5 2 9 9 14 5 3 12 2 8 0 102
  1. 1Numbers of single and mixed blood meals in Yongcheng city. 2No pig was kept by the residents of Dingtang village. 3No blood-fed An. sinensis was captured from dog-baited bednet trap in Wangshanzhuang village. No blood-fed An. sinensis were captured from chicken-baited bednet trap.