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Table 2 Sand fly trapping (using CDC light traps) performed in the eleven Greek Aegean islands studied

From: Phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) in the Greek Aegean Islands: ecological approaches

Island No. of localities No. of positive traps/total no. of traps No. of trapping nights No. of sampling sites with domestic/sylvatic animals No. of sampling sites with rich/poor vegetationa No. of indoor/outdoor traps Date of trapping
Anafi 5 9/14 2 9/5 6/8 1/13 10-11/6/2016
Andros 12 12/20 3 9/11 4/16 1/19 11-13/6/2016
Folegandros 7 6/18 2 10/8 0/18 0/18 21-22/7/2016
Ikaria 13 15/26 3 10/16 7/19 0/26 15-17/6/2016
Karpathos 8 19/33 4 29/4 13/20 5/28 5-8/9/2016
Leros 9 18/18 3 12/6 4/14 3/15 21-23/6/2016
Milos 15 19/29 3 12/17 8/21 2/27 12-14/7/2016
Nisyros 6 28/28 4 1/27 20/8 2/27 24-27/6/2016
Patmos 10 16/21 3 12/9 4/17 3/18 18-20/6/2016
Santorini 8 5/28 2 22/6 1/27 7/21 13-14/9/2016
Sifnos 24 21/30 4 13/17 15/15 0/30 15-18/7/2016
  1. aRich vegetation implies the presence of trees and poor implies low levels or absence of vegetation