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Monthly female <i>Aedes albopictus</i> emergence in each of the 100 surveillance dwellings.

By Fernando Abad-Franch (127663), Elvira Zamora-Perea (385628) and Sérgio L. B. Luz (127685)


<p>The distribution of dwellings (black dots) and pyriproxyfen dissemination stations (green dots) is shown in the first panel, where dots are overlaid on a schematic of Manacapuru. In the remaining panels, bubble size is proportional to the number of emerging <i>Ae</i>. <i>albopictus</i> females; the scale is shown as a grey bubble in the second panel. For each month, the total number of emerging <i>Ae</i>. <i>albopictus</i> females is shown in the upper right corner of the panel. Color coding: brown, pre-intervention (baseline) period, with yellow indicating a single-survey month; dark green, citywide PPF dissemination; light green, focal PPF dissemination; blue, post-intervention period, with light blue indicating a single-survey month. Temporal boundaries between periods are highlighted by colored vertical bars.</p

Topics: Cell Biology, Neuroscience, Biotechnology, Ecology, Cancer, Science Policy, Mental Health, Infectious Diseases, Virology, Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified, adult mosquito emergence, PPF dissemination, adult Aedes emergence, measure mosquito-borne virus transmission, R 0, Amazonian Brazil Background Mosquito-borne viruses, Conclusions Mosquito-disseminated PPF, Block Arbovirus Epidemics, Conventional mosquito control tactics, mosquito-borne disease prevention, 3 mo, block mosquito-borne virus transmission, Citywide Vector Control, mosquito-disseminated PPF
Year: 2017
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1002213.g003
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