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Fig. 4 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 4

From: Bionomic aspects of dengue vectors Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus at domestic settings in urban, suburban and rural areas in Gampaha District, Western Province of Sri Lanka

Fig. 4

Percentage occurrence of each positive breeding site out of the total number of positive breeding sites inspected. a Study areas representing all environmental settings, b urban environmental setting, c suburban environmental setting and d rural environmental setting. C1, water storage barrels; C2, water storage cement tank; C3, water storage other; C4, concrete slabs; C5, gutters; C6, tyres; C7, ornamentals; C8, natural; C9, ponds; C10, wells; C11, tube wells; C12, AC/refrigerator trays; C13, temporary removals; C14, covering items/polythene; C15, discarded degradable items; C16, discarded reusable items; C17, discarded non-degradable items; C18, pet feeding cups; C19, non-use cisterns and commode; C20, other

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