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Table 1 Philippine highland and lowland study sites in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao with coordinates, sub-sites, and their elevations with a sample size of Ae. aegypti F1 egg cohorts per season

From: Temperature, season, and latitude influence development-related phenotypes of Philippine Aedes aegypti (Linnaeus): Implications for dengue control amidst global warming

Sites Coordinates Sub-sites (elevation m ASLa) Sample size season
Wet Dry
Luzon     
 Baguio city (BG) 16.402°N; 120.596°E A. UP-Baguiob (1489) 90 12
B. Trancoville (1417) 78 12
C. Cabinet Hill (1474) 76 12
 Quezon city (QC) 14.676°N; 121.044°E A. NIMBB, UPDc (75) 89 12
B. Daan Tubo (65) 90 12
C. Payatas B (62) 90 12
Visayas     
 Cebu city mountains (CC) 10.317°N; 123.891°E A. Taptap (662) 90 12
B. Babag 2 (405) 90 12
C. Tabunan, Cantipla (873) 90 12
 Liloan, Cebu (LIL) 10.4121°N; 123.986°E A. Poblacion (17) 90 12
B. Yati (21) 90 12
C. Catarman (16) 90 12
Mindanao     
 Maramag, Bukidnon (BUK) 7.8592°N; 125.0515°E A. Lumbo (458) 90 12
B. Sentro, Dologon (371) 90 12
C. Musuan, Dologon (386) 90 12
 Cagayan de Oro city (CDO) 8.454°N; 124.632°E A. Gusa (14) 90 12
B. Cugman (21) 90 12
C. Bugo (20) 90 12
  1. aMeters above sea level
  2. bUniversity of the Philippines–Baguio
  3. cNational Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, University of the Philippines–Diliman