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Figure 1 | Parasites & Vectors

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From: Sodalis glossinidius prevalence and trypanosome presence in tsetse from Luambe National Park, Zambia

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Prevalence of S. glossinidius in three species of tsetse from Luambe National Park in Zambia using PCR. The prevalence was significantly lower in G. pallidipes (1.4% 95% CI 0.8-1.5, n = 419) when compared to G. m. morsitans (17.5% 95% CI 12.1-24.7, n = 137) and G. brevipalpis (93.7% 95% CI 82.7-97.1, n = 55). The prevalence in G. m. morsitans was significantly lower than in G. brevipalpis. Error bars show 95% confidence intervals.

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