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Table 2 Information on the houses used for all-night trapping of An. arabiensis and An. funestus s.s. by CDC traps equipped with a collection bottle rotator

From: Preventive effect of permethrin-impregnated long-lasting insecticidal nets on the blood feeding of three major pyrethroid-resistant malaria vectors in western Kenya

House no.a Date of collection No. of olyset®nets No. of persons sleepingb No. of livestock around house
Bedroomc Living room Cow Sheep Goat
NYAR 11 Oct 2011 Jul 2012 2d 2A 1C 18 2 26
NYAR 14 Oct 2011 Jul 2012 1 1A 0 22 8 9
NYAR 15 Oct 2011 Jul 2012 2d 2A 0 0 0 2
NYAR 19 Oct 2011 Jul 2012 2 2A 0 2 0 0
NYAR 20 Oct 2011 Jul 2012 2 2A + 3C 0 22 8 9
NYAR 21 Oct 2011 1 1A 0 2 0 0
NGO 3 Feb–Mar 2012 2 2A 1C 8 0 10
NGO 4 Feb–Mar 2012 1 2A 0 6 0 4
NGO 5 Feb–Mar 2012 2 1A 2C 10 0 4
NGO 6 Feb–Mar 2012 2 2A 1C 10 0 4
NGO 7 Feb–Mar 2012 3 2A 4C 0 0 0
NGO 8 Feb–Mar 2012 2 1A + 2C 0 10 0 4
  1. a)NYAR, Nyaroya; NGO, Ungoe.
  2. b)A, adults (>15 years old); C, children (≤15 years old).
  3. c)Persons sleeping in a bedroom usually used one bed under a single bed net.
  4. d)One PermaNet® 2.0 was used occasionally instead of an Olyset® Net in the living room.