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Fig. 5

From: Evidence for temporal population replacement and the signature of ecological adaptation in a major Neotropical malaria vector in Amazonian Peru

Fig. 5

Average proportion of An. darlingi collected per hour in deforestation sites from April–June 2013. Data represent four, approximately monthly 12-h collections; SEM excluded. a Statistically significant differences noted by habitat: riverine settlements—solid line, highway settlements—dashed line (Kolmogorov–Smirnov test, one-sided, p = 0.001278). Error bars 95 % confidence intervals. b By forest cover level: peridomestic—solid black line, chacradashed black line, forest—solid grey line (Kolmogorov–Smirnov test, one-sided, peridomestic vs. chacra p = 0.05604, peridomestic vs. forest p = 0.02862, chacra vs. forest p = 0.01633). 95 % confidence intervals not shown

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