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Table 4 Mean % mortality of Anopheles species that were tested against the four classes of insecticides using WHO insecticide susceptibility tests between 1994 and 2015, in Kenya

From: Current status of insecticide resistance among malaria vectors in Kenya

  Pyrethroids Organophosphates Carbamates Organochlorines
Alphacypermethrin Permethrin Deltamethrin Lambda-cyhalothrin Etofenprox Fenitrothion Malathion Bendiocarb Propoxur DDT
Central
An. arabiensis 100 99.6 100 100 100
An. gambiae (s.l.) 55.4 74.2 98.4
An. funestus (s.l.) 93.6 100 100
Coastal
An. arabiensis 100 100 97 97.7 100
An. gambiae (s.s.) 97.3 98.7 100 100
An. gambiae (s.l.) 92.5 91.3 96.5 98.9 98.8 99.7
An. funestus (s.l.) 91.1 86.2
Western
An. arabiensis 83 66 79.9 53.5 82.3 100 99.9 98.3 100 99.8
An. gambiae (s.s.) 59.9 68.2 100 100 95.2 95 54.1
An. gambiae (s.l.) 70.2 73.8 70.4 55.5 100 99.7 100 67.9
An. funestus (s.s.) a 28.9 72.9 100 100 94.4
An. funestus (s.l.) 99.7 43.5 100 100 100 100
  1. a“–”, test not done
  2. WHO criteria for resistance status applied: < 90%, high; 90–97%, moderate; 98–100%, susceptible