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Table 2 Flagellomere dimensions and surface areas.

From: Antennal sensilla of two female anopheline sibling species with differing host ranges

  An. gambiae s.s An. quadriannulatus  
flag L se W se SA se L se W se SA se p
1 112.3 1.8 47.9 1.3 16848 467 127.3 1.8 57.9 0.7 23176 565 <0.001
2 57.0 0.9 40.1 0.9 7154 136 69.4 1.0 47.2 0.7 10301 244 <0.001
3 69.3 0.9 39.4 1.0 8545 183 80.1 1.1 44.0 0.7 11088 291 <0.001
4 71.9 0.6 38.4 1.0 8659 233 85.0 1.0 42.8 0.7 11440 253 <0.001
5 76.9 0.9 38.4 0.9 9260 178 89.4 1.1 43.2 0.7 12147 293 <0.001
6 81.3 0.9 37.3 0.9 9506 206 94.4 1.2 42.3 0.7 12553 258 <0.001
7 82.8 3.0 37.0 0.9 9612 223 100.1 1.1 41.9 0.6 13163 256 <0.001
8 87.2 0.7 34.7 1.0 9504 311 104.1 1.4 37.5 0.6 12259 192 <0.001
9 86.7 0.9 34.2 1.0 9321 318 104.1 1.3 37.8 0.7 12369 283 <0.001
10 89.7 4.9 31.8 1.0 8972 355 112.3 1.4 33.5 0.9 11788 290 <0.001
11 89.6 1.3 32.1 1.1 9041 348 115.6 1.7 33.5 0.6 12160 256 <0.001
12 96.6 1.5 31.0 1.1 9416 371 121.7 1.7 32.2 0.6 12276 207 <0.001
13 134.7 1.7 27.2 1.0 11506 468 164.1 1.7 32.2 0.6 16552 309 <0.001
  1. Summary of the flagellomere dimensions of the female antenna for each species. flag – flagellomere number; L – average length (μm); W – average width (μm); se – standard error of the mean (+/-); SA – mean surface area per flagellomere (μm2); p– significance level in two-tailed t-test comparing mean surface areas. n = 20 individuals per species.