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Table 1 Classification results of mosquitoes collected in Hokkaido from 2001 to 2015

From: Updated distribution of anopheline mosquitoes in Hokkaido, Japan, and the first evidence of Anopheles belenrae in Japan

Area name in Hokkaidoa GPS coordinates An. belenrae An. engarensis An. lesteri An. Sineroides Total no. identified Years collectedb
Latitude (N) Longitude (E)
Doto area: Eastern Hokkaido Ozora-1 43.8748 144.1291   9 10   19 2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2008
2009
2010
2011
2014
Ozora-2 43.8647 144.1082   2 7   9
Shibecha 43.1531 144.5072 1     1
Tsurui 43.1129 144.3286 1     1
Kushiro-1 43.0756 144.2778 1   1 1 3
Kushiro-2 43.0668 144.2976 17   2   19
Toyokoro-1 42.8206 143.5394 2     2
Toyokoro-2 42.8183 143.5417 1     1
Onbetsu 42.9644 143.8848 10     10
Doo area: Central Hokkaido Fukagawa 43.7499 142.0756   1   3 4 2002
2003
2014
2015
Naganuma-1 43.0685 141.7303   1    1
Naganuma-2 42.9717 141.7330   2   1 3
Kuriyama 42.9921 141.8794   45 1   46
Atsuma-1 42.7002 141.8332     1 1
Atsuma-2 42.7000 141.8334   1    1
Atsuma-3 42.6407 141.7871    1   1
Tomakomai 42.6401 141.7883   2 2   4
Mukawa-1 42.5993 141.9595   69 3 1 73
Mukawa-2 42.5894 141.9444   1    1
Donan area: Southern Hokkaido Nanae 41.9792 140.6951   3 12   15 2003
Hakodate 41.7706 140.8619    15   15
Shiriuchi 41.6243 140.4280    18   18
Total no. specimens of each species 33 136 72 7 248  
  1. aHokkaido is generally divided into four areas: Doto, Doo, Donan, and Dohoku. The Dohoku area was not included in this survey. See Fig. 4 for each area in Hokkaido
  2. bMosquito surveys were conducted once a year in late July or August at approximately the same location