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Table 1 Morphologically identified adult Anopheles samples by site based on sampling method in Kisumu County

From: Secondary malaria vectors in western Kenya include novel species with unexpectedly high densities and parasite infection rates

Site Vector type Primary vector Secondary vectors
Anopheles species An. gambiae s.l An. funestus s.l An. coustani An. pharoensis
Sampling method Total Female/trap/night Total Female/trap/night Total Female/trap/night Total Female/trap/night
Kakola-Ombaka CDC LT inside 51 0.06 34 0.04 65 0.08 28 0.03
CDC-LT outside 51 0.06 8 0.01 108 0.13 113 0.13
Animal-baited traps 85 1.01 59 0.70 307 3.65 204 2.43
Kisian Animal-baited traps 183 2.18 86 1.02 26 0.31 36 0.43
  1. Primary vectors sampled (An. gambiae (s.l.) and An. funestus (s.l.)) are also included to demonstrate the relevance of secondary species in context with the overall vectors present. Capture rates are standardized by female specimens per trap per night