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Table 1 Anopheles gambiae s.l. and An. funestus females collected in experimental huts in Pitoa.

From: Efficacy of bifenthrin-impregnated bednets against Anopheles funestus and pyrethroid-resistant Anopheles gambiae in North Cameroon

   An. gambiae s.l.    An. funestus  
  Untreated Bifenthrin 50 mg/m2 Bifenthrin 5 mg/m2 Untreated Bifenthrin 50 mg/m2 Bifenthrin 5 mg/m2
Total number in hut 111a 21b 184a 122a 13b 209a
Exophily (%) 29.7a 61.9b 44.6b 20.5a, c 30.8a, b, c 15.8c
(95% CI) (22.0–38.9) (40.2–79.7) (37.5–51.8) (14.2–28.6) (12.0–59.1) 11.4–21.4
Blood-fed (%) 91.0a, b 33.3c 84.2a 95.9b 38.5c 88.5a
(95% CI) (84.1–95.1) (16.8–55.3) (78.2–88.8) (90.5–98.3) (17.0–65.6) (83.4–92.2)
Overall Mortality (%) 9.9a 90.5b 20.7c 4.9a 76.9b 9.6a
(95% CI) (5.6–17.0) (68.9–97.6) (15.4–27.1) (2.2–10.5) (47.8–92.4) (6.3–14.4)
Immediate mortality (%) 3.6 71.4 6.5 0.0 76.9 1.9
Mortality unfed (%) 4.5 61.9 7.6 2.5 70.0 35.0
  1. Numbers in the same row sharing a letter superscript do not differ significantly (P > 0.05), 95%CI: 95% Confidence Interval