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1.

Entomological indices of malaria transmission in Chikhwawa district, Southern Malawi.

Mzilahowa T, Hastings IM, Molyneux ME, McCall PJ.

Malar J. 2012 Nov 21;11:380. doi: 10.1186/1475-2875-11-380.

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Persistently high estimates of late night, indoor exposure to malaria vectors despite high coverage of insecticide treated nets.

Bayoh MN, Walker ED, Kosgei J, Ombok M, Olang GB, Githeko AK, Killeen GF, Otieno P, Desai M, Lobo NF, Vulule JM, Hamel MJ, Kariuki S, Gimnig JE.

Parasit Vectors. 2014 Aug 20;7:380. doi: 10.1186/1756-3305-7-380.

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Impact of insecticide-treated bed nets on malaria transmission indices on the south coast of Kenya.

Mutuku FM, King CH, Mungai P, Mbogo C, Mwangangi J, Muchiri EM, Walker ED, Kitron U.

Malar J. 2011 Dec 13;10:356. doi: 10.1186/1475-2875-10-356.

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Anopheles arabiensis and An. funestus are equally important vectors of malaria in Matola coastal suburb of Maputo, southern Mozambique.

Mendis C, Jacobsen JL, Gamage-Mendis A, Bule E, Dgedge M, Thompson R, Cuamba N, Barreto J, Begtrup K, Sinden RE, Høgh B.

Med Vet Entomol. 2000 Jun;14(2):171-80.

PMID:
10872861
5.

Increasing role of Anopheles funestus and Anopheles arabiensis in malaria transmission in the Kilombero Valley, Tanzania.

Lwetoijera DW, Harris C, Kiware SS, Dongus S, Devine GJ, McCall PJ, Majambere S.

Malar J. 2014 Aug 24;13:331. doi: 10.1186/1475-2875-13-331.

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Interventions that effectively target Anopheles funestus mosquitoes could significantly improve control of persistent malaria transmission in south-eastern Tanzania.

Kaindoa EW, Matowo NS, Ngowo HS, Mkandawile G, Mmbando A, Finda M, Okumu FO.

PLoS One. 2017 May 18;12(5):e0177807. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0177807. eCollection 2017.

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[Malaria transmission in 1999 in the rice field area of the Kou Valley (Bama), (Burkina Faso)].

Baldet T, Diabaté A, Guiguemdé TR.

Sante. 2003 Jan-Mar;13(1):55-60. French.

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Role of Anopheles (Cellia) rufipes (Gough, 1910) and other local anophelines in human malaria transmission in the northern savannah of Cameroon: a cross-sectional survey.

Tabue RN, Awono-Ambene P, Etang J, Atangana J, C AN, Toto JC, Patchoke S, Leke RG, Fondjo E, Mnzava AP, Knox TB, Tougordi A, Donnelly MJ, Bigoga JD.

Parasit Vectors. 2017 Jan 11;10(1):22. doi: 10.1186/s13071-016-1933-3.

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Early biting of the Anopheles gambiae s.s. and its challenges to vector control using insecticide treated nets in western Kenya highlands.

Wamae PM, Githeko AK, Otieno GO, Kabiru EW, Duombia SO.

Acta Trop. 2015 Oct;150:136-42. doi: 10.1016/j.actatropica.2015.07.008. Epub 2015 Jul 21.

PMID:
26209103
12.

Indoor and outdoor malaria vector surveillance in western Kenya: implications for better understanding of residual transmission.

Degefa T, Yewhalaw D, Zhou G, Lee MC, Atieli H, Githeko AK, Yan G.

Malar J. 2017 Nov 6;16(1):443. doi: 10.1186/s12936-017-2098-z.

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Early biting and insecticide resistance in the malaria vector Anopheles might compromise the effectiveness of vector control intervention in Southwestern Uganda.

Ojuka P, Boum Y 2nd, Denoeud-Ndam L, Nabasumba C, Muller Y, Okia M, Mwanga-Amumpaire J, De Beaudrap P, Protopopoff N, Etard JF.

Malar J. 2015 Apr 9;14:148. doi: 10.1186/s12936-015-0653-z.

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Spatio-temporal variation in malaria transmission intensity in five agro-ecosystems in Mvomero district, Tanzania.

Mboera LE, Senkoro KP, Mayala BK, Rumisha SF, Rwegoshora RT, Mlozi MR, Shayo EH.

Geospat Health. 2010 May;4(2):167-78.

PMID:
20503186
15.

The impact of livestock on the abundance, resting behaviour and sporozoite rate of malaria vectors in southern Tanzania.

Mayagaya VS, Nkwengulila G, Lyimo IN, Kihonda J, Mtambala H, Ngonyani H, Russell TL, Ferguson HM.

Malar J. 2015 Jan 21;14:17. doi: 10.1186/s12936-014-0536-8.

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Entomological aspects and the role of human behaviour in malaria transmission in a highland region of the Republic of Yemen.

Al-Eryani SM, Kelly-Hope L, Harbach RE, Briscoe AG, Barnish G, Azazy A, McCall PJ.

Malar J. 2016 Mar 1;15:130. doi: 10.1186/s12936-016-1179-8.

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[Anopheles and malaria transmission in Ambohimena, a village in the Occidental fringe of Madagascar Highlands].

Rajaonarivelo V, Le Goff G, Cot M, Brutus L.

Parasite. 2004 Mar;11(1):75-82. French.

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Four years' entomological study of the transmission of seasonal malaria in Senegal and the bionomics of Anopheles gambiae and A. arabiensis.

Fontenille D, Lochouarn L, Diatta M, Sokhna C, Dia I, Diagne N, Lemasson JJ, Ba K, Tall A, Rogier C, Trape JF.

Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. 1997 Nov-Dec;91(6):647-52.

PMID:
9509170
19.

Spatial abundance and human biting rate of Anopheles arabiensis and Anopheles funestus in savannah and rice agro-ecosystems of Central Tanzania.

Mboera LE, Bwana VM, Rumisha SF, Stanley G, Tungu PK, Malima RC.

Geospat Health. 2015 May 18;10(1):322. doi: 10.4081/gh.2015.322.

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Anopheles species of the mount Cameroon region: biting habits, feeding behaviour and entomological inoculation rates.

Wanji S, Tanke T, Atanga SN, Ajonina C, Nicholas T, Fontenille D.

Trop Med Int Health. 2003 Jul;8(7):643-9.

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