MOESM1 of Increasing insecticide resistance in Anopheles funestus and Anopheles arabiensis in Malawi, 2011–2015

Additional file 1: Table S1. Approximate locations of villages sampled from 2011 to 2015. Asterisks indicate latitude and longitude were estimated as the average of other villages in the same district or were estimated as the centroid of the district. Table S2. Mortality of An. funestus in WHO susceptibility tests against deltamethrin. 95% confidence limits and sample size are given in parentheses. Table S3. Mortality of An. funestus in WHO susceptibility tests against permethrin. 95% confidence limits and sample size are given in parentheses. Table S4. Mortality of An. funestus in WHO susceptibility tests against bendiocarb. 95% confidence limits and sample size are given in parentheses. Table S5. Mortality of An. funestus in WHO susceptibility tests against propoxur. 95% confidence limits and sample size are given in parentheses. Table S6. Mortality of An. funestus in WHO susceptibility tests against DDT. 95% confidence limits and sample size are given in parentheses. Table S7. Mortality of An. funestus in WHO susceptibility tests against malathion or pirimiphos-methyl (Chikwawa, Ntwana, 2015 only). 95% confidence limits and sample size are given in parentheses. Table S8. Mortality of An. arabiensis in WHO susceptibility tests against deltamethrin. 95% confidence limits and sample size are given in parentheses. Table S9. Mortality of An. arabiensis in WHO susceptibility tests against permethrin. 95% confidence limits and sample size are given in parentheses. Table S10. Mortality of An. arabiensis in WHO susceptibility tests against bendiocarb. 95% confidence limits and sample size are given in parentheses.