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Table 4 Geo-referenced and non geo-referenced data by species and area type: 'Point' is all mapped data included in the BRT model: point (≤10 km2), wide areas (10-25 km2) and 'Polygon' details data not incorporated in BRT model: small (25-100 km2) and large (>100 km2) polygons, for the 19 Asian-Pacific DVS (geographically independent sites (Site) and temporal independent occurrences (Occ)).

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

  Geo-referenced Non geo-referenced
  Point and wide
area ('Point')
Polygon Point and wide
area ('Point')
Polygon
Species Site Occ Site Occ Site Occ Site Occ
An. aconitus 424 616 74 115 42 54 32 67
An. annularis 496 851 156 332 82 188 32 87
An. balabacensis 14 42 3 3 4 9 2 8
An. barbirostris* 872 1064 69 93 70 94 24 56
An. culicifacies* 550 1568 271 774 178 930 64 371
An. dirus* 372 727 60 87 31 60 12 26
An. farauti* 1465 1737 25 28 35 50 1 1
An. flavirostris 103 122 11 33 4 4 4 4
An. fluviatilis* 83 318 138 352 80 330 27 149
An. koliensis 325 363 7 7 24 26 2 3
An. lesteri 47 80 65 89 17 18 8 14
An. leucosphyrus & An. latens 12 12 2 2 2 2 0 0
An. maculatus group 471 765 83 145 75 188 24 113
An. minimus* 445 711 93 111 75 113 59 153
An. punctulatus* 379 581 9 26 30 42 2 3
An. sinensis* 568 792 121 293 43 108 12 22
An. stephensi 261 646 81 220 19 41 12 59
An. subpictus* 410 1143 127 317 87 219 27 67
An. sundaicus* 133 215 28 30 12 12 9 9
Total 7430 12353 1423 3057 910 2488 353 1212
  1. An asterisk (*) denotes that a "species" is now recognised as a species complex.