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Table 1 Total sand flies collected from the agricultural fields, thickets of A. seyal and dense mixed forest using CDC and sticky traps from May 17, 2011 to June 6, 2012 G.C

From: Population dynamics and habitat preferences of Phlebotomus orientalis in extra-domestic habitats of Kafta Humera lowlands – kala azar endemic areas in Northwest Ethiopia

  CDC (No. traps (n) = 955) Sticky (n = 5551)  
Species Female Male Total Female Male Total
Phlebotomus orientalis 3,876 8,512 12,388 1,670 48,675 50,345
P. papatasi 88 189 277 16 224 240
P. duboscqi 7 24 31 0 0 0
P. bergeroti 0 21 21 0 0 0
P. rodhaini 30 6 36 0 27 27
P. martini 0 10 10 0 0 0
P. alexandri 0 11 11 0 0 0
Sergentomyia s pp 90,078 74,314 164,392 92,383 56,280 148,663
Total 94,079 83,087 177,166 94,069 105,206 199,275