The number of adult mosquitoes and species collected across the anthropogenic disturbance gradients at Chini Lake surroundings. Species abundance (blue bars) increases at more anthropogenically disturbed sites. Conversely, species richness (orange lines) decreases at the more anthropogenically disturbed sites. Swamp forest (disturbance score = 0) has the highest number of species collected. An exception is seen at the floating island (disturbance score = 1), most likely due to the absence of large mammals at this sampling site.

  Part of: Pathy TS, Lee JM, Yek SH (2022) Disturbance gradient and mosquito diversity pattern in areas surrounding Chini Lake - the second largest freshwater lake in Peninsular Malaysia. Biodiversity Data Journal 10: e83800.