Additional file 9: Figure S5.1. of Predicting Wolbachia invasion dynamics in Aedes aegypti populations using models of density-dependent demographic traits
journal contributionposted on 08.11.2016, 05:00 by Penelope Hancock, Vanessa White, Scott Ritchie, Ary Hoffmann, H. Godfray
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Total number of larvae counted in each week (black line and circles), divided into first and second instars (blue shading), third instars (yellow shading), and fourth instars (pink shading). A Population A; the red arrow indicates the day that introductions of wMel-infected pupae were initiated and the black arrow indicates the day that both wMel introductions and egg hatching were terminated (see ). B Population B; the black arrow indicates the day that egg hatching was terminated. (PDF 87 kb)