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Table 1 Results of mosquito collections at each site: total number of specimens, total number of Anopheles cruzii, relative abundance of An. cruzii, mean abundance of An. cruzii per human/hour in Shannon traps and mean proportion of An. cruzii collected at ground level in CDC traps

From: Effects of anthropogenic landscape changes on the abundance and acrodendrophily of Anopheles (Kerteszia) cruzii, the main vector of malaria parasites in the Atlantic Forest in Brazil

Site Total no. individuals Total no. of An. cruzii Relative abundance of An. cruzii Mean abundance of An. cruzii per human/hour (Shannon traps) Mean proportion of An. cruzii collected at ground level (CDC traps)
Embura village 4959 270 0.05 0.5 (0.3–0.8) 0.58 (0.43–0.72)
Marsilac village 2808 841 0.30 7.25 (2–12) 0.24 (0.18–0.30)
Transition zone 4577 2049 0.45 22 (9–34) 0.47 (0.40–0.53)
Cachoeira do Marsilac 5638 3913 0.69 42.5 (8–77) 0.22 (0.19–0.26)
Evangelista de Souza 5893 4377 0.74 57.5 (34–137) 0.18 (0.13–0.24)
  1. Numbers in parentheses correspond to the 95% confidence interval for the mean. Collections in Marsilac village, the transition zone and Cachoeira do Marsilac were performed from March 2015 to April 2017, while collections in Embura village were performed between May 2009 and June 2010 and between March 2015 and April of 2017. Collections in Evangelista de Souza were carried out from May 2009 to June 2010