Volume 6, Number 4—August 2000
Dual Captures of Colorado Rodents: Implications for Transmission of Hantaviruses
|Species||No.||%||No.||%||Bonferronia 95%confidence intervals|
|P. truei||0 (1)b||0.0 (2.3)b||8.5||19.7||0.0%<P<8.0%c|
aSignificant differences occur between the observed and expected percentage of dual captures when the expected falls outside the 95% Bonferroni confidence interval of the observed proportion.
b One P. truei was captured with a P. maniculatus. Values in parentheses and those generated for expected and Bonferroni 95% confidence interval categories assume observed dual captures = 1.
c P<0.05 observed less than expected.
d P<0.05 observed greater than expected.
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