Female pupation, fecundity, egg production and egg hatch rate of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus reared with different larval mixtures.
|Species||Diet mixtures||Female pupation (%)||Egg production/cage (three batches)||Egg hatch (%)|
|Aedes aegypti||Diet A||37.75 ± 2.37a||72,482 ± 6,472a||90.81 ± 0.52a|
|Diet B||28.57 ± 0.52b||74,280 ± 5,069a||92.56 ± 0.77a|
|Diet C||30.13 ± 1.31c||73,809 ± 3,910a||93.37 ± 0.73b|
|Aedes albopictus||Diet A||31.43 ± 0.77a||49,439 ± 6,026a||69.25 ± 3.57a|
|Diet B||25.93 ± 1.81b||70,865 ± 7,629b||75.25 ± 3.23b|
|Diet C||23.54 ± 0.73c||69,459 ± 1,912b||76.25 ± 3.95b|
TM = tuna meal, BLP = bovine liver powder, BSF = black soldier fly. Diet A = 50% TM + 35% BLP + 15% BY, Diet B = 50% TM + 35% BSF + 15% BY, Diet C = 50% TM + 50% BSF. Different superscript letters indicate significant differences among diet treatments. Values are Means ± SE
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