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Moth Variation using 3 Kinds of Pineapple, Banana, and Tapai as Bait in Liwa Botanical Garden Kinanti, Astrid Febi; Nukmal, Nismah; Pratami, Gania Dania; Kanedi, M.
Jurnal Natur Indonesia Vol 18, No 2 (2020): oktober
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat Universitas Riau

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/jnat.18.2.92-100


Moths are insects that belong to the Lepidoptera Ordo. Moths are attracted to volatile compounds. The examples of volatile compounds include alcohol, urea, and acetic acid. Pineapple, banana and tapai are three types of bait that will be used in this study, because all three types of bait contain volatile compounds in the form of scents that strong enough to attract moths. Liwa botanical garden is a recreational and educational place, located in West Lampung district, which was only approved by the Regional Government in 2007. Because there is onlya view data on the presence of moths, so it needs to conduct the research to know the variation types of moths that exist in Liwa botanical garden, West Lampung. This research is a Quasy Experiment with 3 kinds of baits, there are pineapple, banana, and tapai as a treatment with 5 replications in the form of sampling time. The result obtained that in AraceaeLiwa Botanical Garden were obtained by six families, nine genera, and nine species of moth. Nine species of moths are Nemophora sp, Nematopogon sp, Brahmaeawallichii, Rhodogastriaamasis, Creatonosgungis, Sundasceliaepelys, Rheumaptera sp, Noctua sp, and Epicnopterix sp
Bird Species Based on Tree Height Perched in the Liwa Botanical Garden, West Lampung Regency Putra, Bagus Susilo; Kanedi, M.; Nurcahyani, Nuning; Susanto, G. Nugroho
Jurnal Natur Indonesia Vol 20, No 1 (2022): April 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31258/jnat.20.1.9-14


Birds are one of the most diverse animals in the world, especially in Indonesia. Liwa Botanical Garden located in Pekon Kubu Perahu, Balik Bukit District, West Lampung Regency, is a conservation area with the theme of conservation and development of ornamental plants, representing the flora of Southern Sumatra. This research is a continuation of the collaboration between the Department of Biology and Balitbang UPTD Liwa Botanical Garden, West Lampung Regency. The presence of birds in the Liwa Botanical Garden is also a bioindicator of biodiversity for the environment in this area. By maintaining the presence of birds in the Liwa Botanical Garden means protecting their habitat and existing plants. The purpose of this study was to determine the species of birds based on the height of the perched trees in the Liwa Botanical Garden and the abundance of their species. The method used in this research is the point count with the observation time for 9 days in the morning and evening at the height of the tree in 3 different observation stations. Birds on KRL are mostly found on perches at an altitude of 2 - 7 meters, in the category of shrubs and trees, there are 19 out of 25 bird species found. The highest Relative Abundance Index (IKR) was Collocalia esculenta at 39.91% and the lowest IKR value was 7 bird species, each with 0.14% value. The conservation status of the 25 bird species based on IUCN is Least Concern (LC) and based on CITES there is one species that is included in Appendix II, namely Ictinaetus malayensis while based on the Regulation of the Minister of Environment and Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia No. P.20 / MENLHK / SETJEN / KUM.1 / 6/2018 there is one bird species that is included in the protection, namely species Ictinaetus malayensis