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Fig. 1 | Parasites & Vectors

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From: Plasmodium vivax CSP-Pvs25 variants from southern Mexico produce distinct patterns of infectivity for Anopheles albimanus versus An. pseudopunctipennis, in each case independent of geographical origin

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Geographical locations where Anopheles mosquitoes were collected. 1 El Encanto (14°59'02.02"N, 92°14'57.11"W), A/WS-R (17°34'23.15"N, 92°00'53.20"W) and P/TAP-R Malpaso (14°59'18.12"N, 92°14'38.70"W), Tapachula, Chiapas. 2 Lacandon Forest, Chiapas (16°31'22.13"N, 90°38'57.17"W). 3 Barra de Colotepec, Oaxaca (15°54'07.08"N, 96°56'16.23"W). 4 Cosamaloapan, Veracruz (18°20'17.45"N, 95°49'37.08"W). 5 Abasolo, Nuevo Leon (25°56'44.47"N, 100°24'31.92"W). 6 Zacapa, Guatemala (14°58'42.93"N, 89°31'39.50"W). Abbreviations: A, An. albimanus; P, An. pseudopunctipennis; A/WS-R, reference strain of An. albimanus; P/TAP-R, reference strain of An. pseudopunctipennis

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