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Table 1 Summary of data included in historical comparisons

From: Persistently high estimates of late night, indoor exposure to malaria vectors despite high coverage of insecticide treated nets

Year Location Species Sampling method Collection frequency EIR Hourly biting Reference
1985-1988 Asembo An. gambiae s.l., An. funestus 2 persons per station, one served as bait while the other collected mosquitoes Weekly for 33 months Yes No [27]
1989-1990 Ahero An. arabiensis, An. funestus 2 persons per station, one served as bait while the other collected mosquitoes Twice per month for 12 months Yes* Yes [34]
1989-1990 Miwani An. gambiae s.l. 2 persons per station, one served as bait while the other collected mosquitoes Twice per month for 12 months Yes* Yes [34]
2009 Asembo An. arabiensis 1 person per station, mosquitoes collected from his exposed legs 6 nights per week for 5 weeks during peak transmission Yes Yes [17] & Current
2011 Asembo An. gambiae s.l., An. gambiae s.s. An. arabiensis An. funestus 1 person per station, mosquitoes collected from his exposed legs 4 nights per week for 6 weeks during peak transmission Yes Yes Current
  1. *EIRs were calculated using sporozoite rates reported by Githeko et al. [35].