Data from: Mesocosm experiments reveal the impact of mosquito control measures on malaria vector life history and population dynamics

Kija Ng’habi, Mafalda Viana, Jason Matthiopoulos, Issa Lyimo, Gerry Killen & Heather M. Feguson
The impact of control measures on mosquito vector fitness and demography is usually estimated from bioassays or indirect variables in the field. Whilst indicative, neither approach is sufficient to quantify the potentially complex response of mosquito populations to combined interventions. Here, large replicated mesocosms were used to measure the population-level response of the malaria vector Anopheles arabiensis to long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs) when used in isolation, or combined with insecticidal eave louvers (EL), or treatment...
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