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From: Nectar-dwelling microbes of common tansy are attractive to its mosquito pollinator, Culex pipiens L.

Fig. 1

Mean proportion of Culex pipiens females captured in paired traps baited with a synthetic nectar broth inoculated, or not (control; light grey bars), with Micrococcus lactis (Exp. 1), Micrococcus luteus (Exp. 2), or Lachancea thermotolerans (Exp. 3). Numbers in white boxes represent the mean percentage of non-responding mosquitoes, and numbers within parentheses the total number of mosquitoes captured. The asterisk (*) in Exp. 3 indicates a significant preference for the treatment stimulus (binary logistic regression with a logit link function, Pā€‰<ā€‰0.05)

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