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Table 2 Human landing collections of An. farauti and host movements in Popoheo village.

From: Changes in vector species composition and current vector biology and behaviour will favour malaria elimination in Santa Isabel Province, Solomon Islands

Time pm-am No. collected outdoors No. collected indoors % of total catch % of villagers outdoors
6-7 100 101 25.9 68.7
7-8 104 100 26.3 51.1
8-9 54 43 12.5 35.4
9-10 39 38 9.9 24.0
10-11 27 25 6.7 13.4
11-12 21 22 5.5 7.6
12-1 2 4 0.8 10.0
1-2 3 5 1.0 10.1
2-3 9 2 1.4 8.1
3-4 5 3 1.0 11.0
4-5 7 4 1.4 13.8
5-6 32 25 7.4 26.4
Totals 403 372 100  
  1. Collections were made each hour (6 pm-6 am) over 10 nights by three collectors indoors and three collectors outdoors and the percentage of the village population outdoors for each hour (based on a mean of 10 nights and a total village population of 70).