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Table 2 Frequency and relative prevalence of adult mosquitoes collected at different indoor and outdoor resting places

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

Species and gender Indoor Outdoor Total collected
Bathroom (n = 1236) Bedroom (n = 1186) Dining room (n = 1186) Kitchen (n = 1230) Living room (n = 1085) Store room (n = 1184) Total Outside front (1236) Outside back (n = 1236) Vegetation (n = 1236) Total
Ae. aegypti
 Female 26 (3.7%) 304 (43.1%) 78 (11.1%) 76 (10.8%) 173 (24.5%) 16 (2.3%) 673 (95.5%) 11 (1.6%) 7 (1.0%) 14 (2.0%) 32 (4.5%) 705 (38.4%)
 Male 3 (2.3%) 33 (25.4%) 5 (3.8%) 10 (7.7%) 34 (26.2%) 85 (65.4%) 14 (10.8%) 23 (17.7%) 8 (6.2%) 45 (34.6%) 130 (7.1%)
 Total 29 (3.5%) 337 (40.4%) 83 (9.9%) 86 (10.3%) 207 (24.8%) 16 (1.9%) 758 (90.8%) 25 (3.0%) 30 (3.6%) 22 (2.6%) 77 (9.2%) 835 (45.5%)
Ae. albopictus
 Female 10 (1.3%) 40 (5.1%) 14 (1.8%) 29 (3.7%) 47 (6.0%) 140 (18.0%) 114 (14.7%) 205 (26.4%) 318 (40.9%) 637 (82.0%) 777 (42.3%)
 Male 1 (0.5%) 2 (0.9%) 6 (2.7%) 8 (3.6%) 17 (7.7%) 35 (15.8%) 28 (12.6%) 142 (64.0%) 205 (92.3%) 222 (12.1%)
 Total 11 (1.1%) 42 (4.2%) 20 (2.0%) 29 (2.9%) 55 (5.5%) 157 (15.7%) 149 (14.9%) 233 (23.3%) 460 (46.0%) 842 (84.3%) 999 (54.5%)
Total collected 40 (2.2%) 379 (20.7%) 103 (5.6%) 115 (6.3%) 262 (14.3%) 16 (0.9%) 915 (49.9%) 174 (9.5%) 263 (14.3%) 482 (26.3%) 919 (50.1%) 1834 (100%)
  1. Values in parentheses refer to the frequencies of the number of adult mosquitoes collected for Ae. aegypti and Ae. albopictus (relative abundance based on total adult mosquitoes collected), n represents the number of resting places inspected