Data from: A global bionomic database for the dominant vectors of human malaria

N. Claire Massey, Gala Garrod, Antoinette Wiebe, Andrew J. Henry, Zhi Huang, Catherine L. Moyes & Marianne E. Sinka
Anopheles mosquitoes were first recognised as the transmitters of human malaria in the late 19th Century and have been subject to a huge amount of research ever since. Yet there is still much that is unknown regarding the ecology, behaviour (collectively ‘bionomics’) and sometimes even the identity of many of the world’s most prominent disease vectors, much less the within-species variation in their bionomics. Whilst malaria elimination remains an ambitious goal, it is becoming increasingly...
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