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Figure 6

From: Malaria transmission after five years of vector control on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea

Figure 6

Anophelines collected in light traps and daily precipitation in Mongola, Equatorial Guinea. Bi-weekly light trap collections in five of ten sites and amount of daily rainfall in Mongola, Punta Europa, 2009, Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. Densities in Basacato del Oeste, Bilelipa, Bakake Grande, Semu, and Santa Maria never exceeded 1.2 anophelines per light trap per night (not shown). Mosquito collections were carried out on the dates on the x-axis. The rainfall bars indicate the average amount of rainfall per day during the period previous to each mosquito collection date.

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