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Fig. 2

From: Modelling optimum use of attractive toxic sugar bait stations for effective malaria vector control in Africa

Fig. 2

Average daily abundances for male and female Anopheles gambiae mosquitoes along time in simulations with different ATSB configurations. Sub-figures a and b are average daily abundances of male and female An. gambiae mosquitoes in resource-rich environments with different ATSB configurations. Sub-figures c and d are average daily abundances of male and female An. gambiae mosquitoes in resource-poor environments with different ATSB configurations. In each sub-figure, x-axis is the time in days; y-axis is the abundance (number of mosquitoes). Each line represents an ATSB configuration according to the legend on the right. The red text ‘ATSB’ and the arrow below mark the timing of ATSB treatment, which is at the beginning of day 61

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