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Fig. 3

From: Most outdoor malaria transmission by behaviourally-resistant Anopheles arabiensis is mediated by mosquitoes that have previously been inside houses

Fig. 3

The influence of varying levels of cattle availability and baseline distribution of human biting exposure indoors and outdoors upon the predicted proportions of all human blood meals that are obtained indoors (a), all blood meals obtained from humans (b), and all blood meals obtained from humans indoors (c). The predictions presented are based on simulations assuming a setting with high bed net usage (Ω = N) and vector mosquitoes have the same ability as Anopheles arabiensis to avoid fatal contact with LLINs or IRS after entering houses [1619], so that the insecticide treatment status of the net is irrelevant

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