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Table 5 Comparison of the percentage of stained NTO’s per night per village by CDC-UV traps Only species collected at all three trapping densities could be compared

From: Testing configurations of attractive toxic sugar bait (ATSB) stations in Mali, West Africa, for improving the control of malaria parasite transmission by vector mosquitoes and minimizing their effect on non-target insects

Group % with 1 Station % with 2 Stations % with 3 Stations Comparison P-values
Mean %  ± SE LL 95% UL 95% Mean %  ± SE LL 95% UL 95% Mean %  ± SE LL 95% UL 95% 1 vs. 2* 1 vs. 3* 2 vs. 3*
Formicidae (Ants) 1.04 0.97 0.16 6.64 1.11 0.90 0.22 5.54 11.94 3.57 0.87 16.39 0.956 0.139 0.132
Brachycera 3.89 1.58 1.04 14.51 6.84 2.03 2.12 22.09 16.72 3.12 1.35 20.79 0.510 0.319 0.530
Heteroptera 1.04 1.21 0.10 10.64 0.74 0.85 0.08 7.26 4.78 1.61 0.20 11.33 0.836 0.446 0.348
Noctuoidea 0.35 0.04 0.03 3.55 1.48 0.83 0.37 5.93 4.78 1.53 0.32 7.24 0.282 0.153 0.452
Rhopalocera 1.04 1.21 0.10 10.64 2.22 1.79 0.44 11.07 9.55 3.63 0.56 16.30 0.589 0.237 0.380
Vespidae (Wasps) 3.32 1.34 0.82 13.47 5.32 2.27 1.57 18.02 17.20 2.07 1.34 22.06 0.602 0.272 0.418
Wild Bees (Apidae) 0.27 0.30 0.03 2.48 0.31 0.04 0.03 3.07 4.78 1.53 0.32 7.24 0.922 0.110 0.133
  1. *Number of stations
  2. LL—95% confidence interval lower limit, UL—95% confidence interval upper limit