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Table 3 Co-occurrence between mosquito species in Nidularium and Vriesea bromeliads.

From: Mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae) assemblages associated with Nidularium and Vriesea bromeliads in Serra do Mar, Atlantic Forest, Brazil

Species Odds ratio (95%CI),
Anopheles cruzii
Odds ratio (95%CI),
Anopheles homunculus
Anopheles homunculus 1.82 (0.83, 4.01) -
Culex ocellatus 0.84 (0.36, 1.95) 2.43 (1.06, 5.56)a
Culex aphylactus 1.68 (0.62, 4.58) 0.96 (0.36, 2.6)
Culex imitator imitator 1.22 (0.55, 2.73) 1.55 (0.71, 3.4)
Culex imitator retrosus 1.52 (0.69, 3.34) 1.23 (0.57, 2.64)
Culex inimitabilis fuscatus 3.73 (1.33, 10.5)a 2.1 (0.76, 5.83)
Culex neglectus 2.87 (1.28, 6.43)a 0.99 (0.46, 2.11)
Culex worontzowi 4.65 (1.33, 16.27)a 0.91 (0.29, 2.92)
  1. Results of the univariate binary logistic regression analyses showing co-occurrence between mosquito species in Nidularium and Vriesea bromeliads combined.
  2. a = Significant result under the null hypothesis: Odds Ratio = 1 (p < 0.05).