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Table 1 Female anophelines collected in indoor and outdoor using light traps and pyrethrum spry (PS) from Kumari (Jan-Dec’11), Bandarban and Sreemangal (Feb-Dec’11 & Jan’12), Moulvibazar, Bangladesh

From: Seasonal abundance of Anopheles mosquitoes and their association with meteorological factors and malaria incidence in Bangladesh

Species Kumari Sreemangal Grand Total
Light trap PS Total Light trap Total N RD1
Indoor Outdoor Total Indoor Indoor Outdoor
Anopheles aitkenii 1   1   1     1 0.04
An. annularis 3 7 10 1 11 3 1 4 15 0.61
An. baimaii 2 1 3   3     3 0.12
An. barbirostris 7 3 10   10     10 0.41
An. hyrcanus group 4 2 6   6     6 0.25
An. jamesii 35 20 55 2 57     57 2.33
An. jeyporiensis 62 71 133 5 138 3 2 5 143 5.85
An. karwari 30 76 106   106 2   2 108 4.42
An. kochi 16 17 33   33     33 1.35
An. maculatus group 2 4 6   6     6 0.25
An. minimus s.l. 26 19 45 1 46     46 1.88
An. nigerrimus 2 1 3   3     3 0.12
An. nivipes 2 2 4   4     4 0.16
An. pallidus 4   4   4     4 0.16
An. peditaeniatus 24 57 81 1 82 1 14 15 97 3.97
An. pseudojamesi 3 1 4   4     4 0.16
An. philippinensis 268 289 557 2 559   1 1 560 22.92
An. subpictus 14 36 50 1 51     51 2.09
An. tessellatus 1 4 5   5     5 0.20
An. umbrossus 9 7 16   16     16 0.65
An. vagus 643 454 1097 165 1262 1   1 1263 51.70
An. willmori 5 3 8   8     8 0.33
Grand Total 1163 1074 2237 178 2415 10 18 28 2443 100.00
  1. 1Relative density.