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INDIGENOUS HUNTING IN INDONESIAN NEW GUINEA: CULTURAL IDENTITY, FOOD SECURITY AND INCOME OPPORTUNITIES Agustina Y S Arobaya; Deny A Iyai; Johan F Koibur; Martha Kayadoe; Freddy Pattiselanno
Media Konservasi Vol 26 No 3 (2021): Media Konservasi Vol. 26 No. 3 Desember 2021
Publisher : Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism - IPB University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/medkon.26.3.248-253

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Wildlife hunting is important in satisfying people’s need for meat as a source of dietary protein as well as being of economic value to the studied communities. Many people in Indonesian New Guinea rely on the benefits obtained from the extraction of plants and animals in the tropical forests, including hunting. This review aims to synthesise existing knowledge and identify areas that are fundamental to the body of knowledge on Indigenous hunting that has been integrated into many forest people societies in Indonesian New Guinea. People keep a relationship with nature by harmonising Indigenous hunting and cultural background. Available food source from wildlife and limited access to livestock were the major reason to acquire wild animals for consumption through hunting. Throughout of Indonesian New Guinea, the commercial hunting provide more opportunities for income generation. Indigenous hunting has long been part of cultural life of forest, providing a source of dietary protein to the household, and offer forms of income generation to the studied communities. Key words: Culture, Food consumption, trade, Indigenous hunting, Indonesian New Guinea
Propagation of Dendrobium antennatum Lindl via Seed Culture In Vitro Using Simple Medium: Fertilizer and Complex Organic Based Medium Julius Dwi Nugroho; Agustina Yohana Setyarini Arobaya; Evelyn Anggelina Tanur
HAYATI Journal of Biosciences Vol. 26 No. 3 (2019): July 2019
Publisher : Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (389.329 KB) | DOI: 10.4308/hjb.26.3.133

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A New Guinea Orchid, Dendrobium antennatum Lindl urgently needs to conserve. The availability of in vitro germination technique for this orchids is significantly important to present the useful tool for conservation effort. This study aimed to find a simple media that consists of Growmore 10-55-10, a foliar fertilizer and complex organic i.e. coconut water, banana pulp, onion spring extract, and carrot juice. Five in vitro medium for seed germination and four in vitro sub-culture medium for planlet growth were formulated and used in this study. Our findings revealed that seed germination in vitro of Dendrobium antennatum well occured on the medium of Growmore 10-55-10 supplemented with 10% coconut water (GCw) and of Growmore 10-55-10 supplemented with 50 g/l extract spring onion. The seed germination process from sowing the seed to plantlet production ready to transfer to sub-culture medium for further growth took time 140 days. The embryo became pale green at the day 11 on the germination media. It could be used as a tool for detection of viability of the seeds. Both seed germination medium could be used also as sub-culture medium for enhancing the growth of the plantlets but not for multiplication of shoots.
PENGELOLAAN DAN KONSERVASI SATWA BERBASIS KEARIFAN TRADISIONAL DI PAPUA Pattiselanno, Freddy; Manusawai, Jacob; Arobaya, Agustina Y.S.; Manusawai, Herman
Jurnal Manusia dan Lingkungan (Journal of People and Environment) Vol 22, No 1 (2015)
Publisher : Pusat Studi Lingkungan Hidup Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Kearifan tradisional didefinisikan sebagai sistem sosial, politik, budaya, ekonomi dan lingkungan dalam kehidupan suatu komunitas tertentu yang dinamis, berkelanjutan dan dapat diterima. Artikel ini bertujuan untuk mendiskusikan konsep kearifan tradisional dalam akitivitas perburuan satwa pada kelompok etnik tertentu di Papua sebagai langkah alternatif konservasi satwa. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa aspek kearifan tradisional oleh masyarakat asli Papua bervariasi antara satu dengan lainnya. Konsep-konsep yang berhasil diidentifikasi dan masih tetap dipraktekkan sampai dengan saat ini di antaranya teknik dan peralatan berburu, lokasi perburuan, musim berburu dan target perburuan. Kesemuanya adalah potensi yang harus dilestarikan dan deikembangkan guna menunjang program konservasi satwa di Papua.
Potensi Mangrove dan Manfaatnya bagi Kelompok Etnik di Papua Arobaya, Agustina; Pattiselanno, Freddy
Biota : Jurnal Ilmiah Ilmu-Ilmu Hayati Vol 15, No 3 (2010): October 2010
Publisher : Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta

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significant contribution to those who living in and around mangrove forests. Like any othercommunities who occupied areas surrounding forest sites, Papuan ethnic groups really connectand integrate with the forest environment such as mangrove forests. This paper is a review ofrelated literatures that compiled from different research which have been conducted inUniversitas Negeri Papua (UNIPA) on utilization of mangrove by local ethnic groups and its rolefor other life biota in Papua. The results indicated that mangrove plays a very important rolefor local tribes in Papua as food sources, construction materials and source of energy,traditional medicine sources and wildlife habitat that are usually consumed by the communities.Ecology-based tourism or ecotourism as one leading sector of mangrove forests in Papua,though has a good potential, has not been optimizedly used.
Forage Food of Timor Deer (Cervus timorensis) in Manokwari, West Papua Arobaya, AYS; Iyai, DA; Sraun, T; Pattiselanno, F
ANIMAL PRODUCTION Vol 12, No 2 (2010): May
Publisher : Universitas Jenderal Soedirman, Faculty of Animal Science, Purwokerto-Indonesia

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Traditionally, back yard deer husbandry is well developed in some parts in Papua, though information on deer husbandry has not been provided yet.  Therefore, this study was aimed at highlighting the diet provided to the deer in back yard husbandry model in Manokwari. Survey method was approached by visiting eight deer back yard farmer respondents. Direct observation to the feeding site and semi-structured interview were carried out to learn about the deer management system, and identify the forage diet species consumed and served to the animals.  The results indicated five most common forage species consumed in the study; they were field grass, Imperata (Imperata cylindrica), elephant grass (Penisetum purpureum), king grass (Penisetum purpureopoidhes) and Melinis minutiflora depending on the location of farmed deer.   Drinking water was offered and feed supplement such as various leafs, food and vegetable left over and banana peel was provided by 62.5% of the respondents.  Food supplement was given two times per day (morning, evening) and (afternoon, evening). Forage food species consumed in the study sites were relatively more similar to the food in the natural habitat. (Animal Production 12(2): 91-95 (2010)Key Words: forage, food, Timor deer, Manokwari
Burung Diurnal (Animalia: Aves) di Kawasan Taman Wisata Alam Gunung Meja, Manokwari, Papua Barat Pattiselanno , Freddy; Koibur , Johan F.; Manik , Hotlan; Arobaya, Agustina Y.S.
Biota : Jurnal Ilmiah Ilmu-Ilmu Hayati Vol 16, No 1 (2011): February 2011
Publisher : Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta

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Jenis Tanaman Berguna Bagi Suku Dani di Lembah Baliem, Papua (Short Communication) Arobaya, Agustina; Pattiselanno, Freddy
Biota : Jurnal Ilmiah Ilmu-Ilmu Hayati Vol 12, No 3 (2007): October 2007
Publisher : Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta

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Dua studi lapangan yang terpisah telah dilakukan di Lembah Baliem (138030’– 139030’ BT dan 3400’ – 4200’LS) Papua untuk mengidentifikasi jenis-jenis tanaman berguna bagi suku Dani yang hidup di lembah tersebut. Studi lapangan pertama dilakukan selama lima bulan (Maret – Juli 1994) di Mume-Kuyawage dan Mapnduma. Studi ini merupakan bagian dari program kajian ekologi Taman Nasional Lorentz dari WWF. Studi kedua merupakan observasi singkat (21 - 26 Mei 2005) di sekitar kota Wamena yakni Kumima, Siapkosi, Napua, Sinakma, Pisugi, Wanima, Sunili, Tulem dan Woma. Studi ini bagian dari penelitian usaha peternakan tradisional kerjasama Dinas Peternakan Kabupaten Jayawijaya, International Potato Centre (CIP) Bogor and South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI). Investigasi langsung dilakukan diikuti dengan wawancara semi-struktural untuk menghimpun informasi tentang jenis tanaman berguna yang biasanya dimanfaatkan oleh suku Dani.
EKSPLORASI DAN INDENTIFIKASI JENIS-JENIS ANGGREK DI KAWASAN HUTAN PULAU MANSINAM KABUPATEN MANOKWARI NIKSON REZALL BIETH; AGUSTINA Y.S. AROBAYA
JURNAL KEHUTANAN PAPUASIA Vol 6 No 1 (2020): Jurnal Kehutanan Papuasia
Publisher : Fakultas Kehutanan UNIPA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46703/jurnalpapuasia.Vol6.Iss1.202

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This study was focusing on identifying types of epiphytic orchid species through field survey by establishing plots and tracks for observation. The main parameter in the study was morphological characteristic of epiphytic orchid that covers shape, root, stem, leaf, fruit, and flower as well as its growing habitat. From the result standpoint, 6 epiphytic orchid species were identified that consisted of Dendrobium bifalce Lindl, Dendrobium mirbelianum Gaudich, Dendrobium schulleri J.J.Sm, Grammatophylum scriptum (Lindl.) Blume, Grammatophylum speciosum Blume, and Pomatocalpa sp aff Marsupial. In addition to their hosted plant, the result found several species of plant such as Mangifera indica, Alstonia scholaris, Baringtonia asicatica, Pometia sp, and Terminalia catappa which their growth was mostly sticking to the main stem and branch.
Potensi Mangrove dan Manfaatnya bagi Kelompok Etnik di Papua Agustina Arobaya; Freddy Pattiselanno
Biota : Jurnal Ilmiah Ilmu-Ilmu Hayati Vol 15, No 3 (2010): October 2010
Publisher : Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24002/biota.v15i3.2608

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significant contribution to those who living in and around mangrove forests. Like any othercommunities who occupied areas surrounding forest sites, Papuan ethnic groups really connectand integrate with the forest environment such as mangrove forests. This paper is a review ofrelated literatures that compiled from different research which have been conducted inUniversitas Negeri Papua (UNIPA) on utilization of mangrove by local ethnic groups and its rolefor other life biota in Papua. The results indicated that mangrove plays a very important rolefor local tribes in Papua as food sources, construction materials and source of energy,traditional medicine sources and wildlife habitat that are usually consumed by the communities.Ecology-based tourism or ecotourism as one leading sector of mangrove forests in Papua,though has a good potential, has not been optimizedly used.
EKSPLORASI DAN INDENTIFIKASI JENIS-JENIS ANGGREK DI KAWASAN HUTAN PULAU MANSINAM KABUPATEN MANOKWARI NIKSON REZALL BIETH; AGUSTINA Y.S. AROBAYA
JURNAL KEHUTANAN PAPUASIA Vol 6 No 1 (2020): Jurnal Kehutanan Papuasia
Publisher : Fakultas Kehutanan UNIPA

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.46703/jurnalpapuasia.Vol6.Iss1.202

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This study was focusing on identifying types of epiphytic orchid species through field survey by establishing plots and tracks for observation. The main parameter in the study was morphological characteristic of epiphytic orchid that covers shape, root, stem, leaf, fruit, and flower as well as its growing habitat. From the result standpoint, 6 epiphytic orchid species were identified that consisted of Dendrobium bifalce Lindl, Dendrobium mirbelianum Gaudich, Dendrobium schulleri J.J.Sm, Grammatophylum scriptum (Lindl.) Blume, Grammatophylum speciosum Blume, and Pomatocalpa sp aff Marsupial. In addition to their hosted plant, the result found several species of plant such as Mangifera indica, Alstonia scholaris, Baringtonia asicatica, Pometia sp, and Terminalia catappa which their growth was mostly sticking to the main stem and branch.