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Table 3 Geo-referenced independent site and occurrence (includes multiple sampling at a single site) data for the 19 Asian-Pacific species by country.

From: The dominant Anopheles vectors of human malaria in the Asia-Pacific region: occurrence data, distribution maps and bionomic précis

  Site Occurrence
Country All Data Polygons All Data Polygons
Afghanistan 14 1 13 55 1 54
Australia 505 493 12 658 645 13
Bangladesh 35 14 21 39 18 21
Cambodia 43 37 6 46 40 6
China 355 160 195 665 328 337
Eritrea 1 1 0 1 1 0
India 1529 673 856 3935 1933 2002
Indonesia 890 865 25 931 906 25
Iran 59 49 10 161 120 41
Iraq 4 1 3 4 1 3
Japan 7 6 1 10 9 1
Korea, Democratic People's Republic of 30 30 0 44 44 0
Korea, Republic of 242 234 8 319 267 52
Lao People's Democratic Republic 139 121 18 210 192 18
Malaysia 145 132 13 317 297 20
Myanmar 1830 1791 39 2777 2724 53
Nepal 33 33 0 263 263 0
Pakistan 54 41 13 209 144 65
Papua New Guinea 1503 1487 16 1742 1725 17
Philippines 124 113 11 188 147 41
Singapore 1 1 0 1 1 0
Solomon Islands 160 157 3 291 270 21
Sri Lanka 303 273 30 1229 1121 108
Taiwan Province of China 14 6 8 15 7 8
Thailand 505 412 93 908 791 117
Timor-Leste 1 1 0 1 1 0
Turkey 1 0 1 1 0 1
United Arab Emirates 1 1 0 1 1 0
Vanuatu 36 33 3 36 33 3
Viet Nam 275 255 20 334 314 20
Yemen 14 9 5 19 9 10
Total 8853 7430 1423 15410 12353 3057
  1. 'Data' include points (≤10 km2) and wide areas (10-25 km2) both of which are used in the BRT model and displayed on the predictive maps (Additional file 3). 'Polygons' include small (25-100 km2) and large (>100 km2) polygons which are not included in the models or shown on the maps.