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Table 1 The number of specimens and proportion of each species collected by HLCs—indoors and outdoors, in San José de Chamanga, Ecuador

From: Anopheline and human drivers of malaria risk in northern coastal, Ecuador: a pilot study

Species (based on molecular and morphological results) Indoor
n (%)
Outdoor
n (%)
Indoor
HBR
Outdoor
HBR
Total
n (%)
Ny. albimanus 43 (19.8) 175 (80.2) 3.30 13.46 218 (98.2)
An. calderoni 1 (33.3) 2 (66.6) 3 (1.3)
An. spp. (not identified) 0 (0.0) 1 (100.0) 1 (0.4)
Total (all anophelines) 44 (19.8) 178 (80.2) 3.38 13.69 222 (100)
  1. The indoor and outdoor biting rates (bites per person per night) are shown for the major species (Ny. albimanus) and all anophelines