Effect of push-pull components on mosquito hut entry. Aggregate nightly patterns of mosquito entry into control (no treatment), pull (outdoor light traps), push (indoor spatial repellent only) and push-pull (indoor spatial repellent and outdoor baited traps) huts for both (A)
Anopheles vestitipennis and (B)
An. albimanus throughout study (n = 16 nights). Geometric means are presented in 2 h intervals, error bars represent the SEM.