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Table 4 The number and percentage of pupae and adults that showed fungus infection

From: Factors affecting fungus-induced larval mortality in Anopheles gambiae and Anopheles stephensi

Mosquito spp. Fungus spp. Treatment (days) Pupation Pupae showing infection Adult emergence Adults showing infection
    n %* N %* n %* n %*
Ag Ma 0 150 74.3 0 0 138 68.3 0 0
   1 52 26.5 0 0 45 23.0 3 1.5
   3 49 23.6 0 0 40 19.2 0 0
   5 42 21.2 0 0 36 18.1 5 2.5
   7 37 18.3 0 0 36 17.8 1 0.5
  Bb 0 127 70.6 0 0 116 64.6 0 0
   1 7 3.4 0 0 6 2.9 0 0
   3 11 5.5 0 0 10 5 1 0.5
   5 19 8.9 0 0 16 7.5 5 2.3
   7 9 4.3 1 0.5 8 3.9 0 0
As Ma 0 153 72.5 0 0 107 50.7 0 0
   1 52 25.3 2 1 28 14.1 4 2
   3 48 24.9 2 1 34 17.7 9 4.6
   5 40 22.2 3 1.7 22 13.3 7 3.9
   7 38 19.7 1 0.5 19 11.1 1 0.5
  Bb 0 159 82 0 0 141 72.7 0 0
   1 66 34.9 6 3.2 35 18.5 5 2.6
   3 51 24.9 10 4.9 29 14.1 8 3.9
   5 36 17.6 4 2 29 14.1 10 4.9
   7 17 8.5 2 1 10 5 1 0.5
  1. An. gambiae (Ag) and An. stephensi (As) that developed from the larvae (n = 200) treated with fungus (M. anisopliae (Ma) or B. bassiana (Bb)) spores. * Percentages are based on total number of larvae treated.