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Figure 2 | Malaria Journal

Figure 2

From: Thermal behaviour of Anopheles stephensi in response to infection with malaria and fungal entomopathogens

Figure 2

Frequency distribution of fungus- and malaria-infected An. stephensi on a thermal gradient. Percent frequency distribution of the pooled perching temperatures recorded from experiment 2. Anopheles stephensi were infected with the rodent malaria P. yoelii, the fungal isolate F52, a combination of the two or left untreated as a control. Dashed line shows the distribution of available temperatures in the gradient.

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