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Table 3 Estimated marginal mean density for female An. gambiae (s.l.) and An. funestus group in Ahero and Iguhu sites, western Kenya

From: Evaluation of the performance of new sticky pots for outdoor resting malaria vector surveillance in western Kenya

Site and species Outdoors Indoors
Pit shelter Sticky pot Clay pot Light trap Exit trap Prokopack Light trap
 An. gambiae (s.l.) 24.26 (19.79–28.73)a 6.03 (4.82–7.25)b 3.81 (3.02–4.59)c 8.21 (6.63–9.80)c 2.38 (1.85–2.89)d 7.62 (6.14–9.09)b,c 8.19 (6.61–9.77)c
 An. funestus group 0.79 (0.58–1.00)a 0.16 (0.09–0.23)b 0.09 (0.04–0.14)b 1.77 (1.36–2.19)c 1.86 (1.44–2.28)c 0.74 (0.54–0.94)a 4.59 (3.64–5.54)d
 An. gambiae (s.l.) 0.33 (0.21–0.45)a 0.07 (0.02–0.12)b 0.05 (0.01–0.10)b 0.46 (0.31–0.61)a 1.20 (0.91–1.49)c 0.45 (0.31–0.59)a 0.91 (0.67–1.15)c
 An. funestus group 0.03 (0.001–0.06)a 0.02 (0.00–0.05)a 0.02 (0.00–0.04)a 0.11 (0.04–0.17)b 0.14 (0.07–0.21)b 0.33 (0.21–0.45)c 0.40 (0.26–0.53)c
  1. Note: For each study site, across each row, the different letters indicate that the estimated marginal mean density varied significantly (P < 0.05). The estimated marginal means were determined using negative binomial regression model by adjusting for season