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VARIASI MORFOLOGI KATAK POHON BERGARIS POLYPEDATES LEUCOMYSTAX GRAVENHORST, 1829 (ANURA; RHACOPHORIDAE) DI SUMATERA BARAT Addaha, Hadi; Tjong, Djong Hon; Novarino, Wilson
Natural Science: Journal of Science and Technology Vol 4, No 3 (2015): Volume 4 Number 3 (December 2015)
Publisher : Univ. Tadulako

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Penelitian tentang variasi morfologi katak pohon Polypedates leucomystax Gravenhorst, 1829 (Anura; Rhacophoridae) di Sumatera Barat telah dilakukan dari bulan Maret sampai September 2014. Pengambilan sampel dilakukan di Dharmasraya, Padang Panjang, Pasaman Timur, Solok, Padang, Pesisir Selatan dan Kayu Aro dengan metode survey dan koleksi langsung di lapangan, kemudian dilanjutkan di Laboratorium Taksonomi Hewan Jurusan Biologi Fakultas MIPA Universitas Andalas untuk pengukuran karakter morfometrik dan meristik. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa P. leucomystax di Sumatera Barat memiliki variasi morfometrik yang tinggi, dan perbedaan antara populasi yang berada di dataran tinggi dan dataran rendah. Populasi dari Kayu Aro memiliki ukuran yang lebih panjang pada jarak moncong sampai mata (JMoM), jarak moncong sampai tympanum (JMoT), jarak hidung sampai tympanum (JHT) dan jarak hidung sampai mata (JHM) dibandingkan keenam populasi lainnya. Populasi P. leucomystax yang berada di dataran tinggi cenderung memiliki ukuran karakter kepala yang lebih panjang dibandingkan populasi dari dataran rendah, baik pada populasi betina maupun jantan.
Komposisi Guild dan Lebar Relung Burung Strata Bawah di Sipisang, Sumatera Barat Novarino, Wilson; Mardiastuti, Ani; Prasetyo, Lilik B.; Widjakusuma, Reviany; Mulyani, Yeni A.; Kobayashi, Hiroshi; Salsabila, Anas; Jarulis, Jarulis; Janra, M. Nazri
Biota : Jurnal Ilmiah Ilmu-Ilmu Hayati Vol 13, No 3 (2008): October 2008
Publisher : Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta

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Guild composition and niche breadth are important point on avian studies. This paper describes the guild composition and niche breadth of understorey bird in Sipisang, West Sumatra. The study was conducted since May 2002 until October 2004 for approximately 10 days each month (totally 284 days or 51.120 net.hours). Fifteen mist nets were operated on ground level separately on three locations, which made 60 m line each. Mist nets were operated from 6.00 AM until 18.00 PM, and checked every two hours. The captured birds were identified, ringed, measured, weighted, photographed and released. In total 1061 individuals were captured during the study; those birds belong to 103 Species and 28 families. Based on guild, study area was dominated by insectivore-frugivore birds (IF) both in species and individual level. Meanwhile terrestrial frugivorous (TF) became the lowest one. Insectivore-frugivore also recorded has the broadest niche breadth. The bird communities dominated by small birds, which have weight lower than 30 g.
KARAKTERISTIK MORFOLOGI ULAR FAMILIA ELAPIDAE DI KAMPUS UNIVERSITAS ANDALAS LIMAU MANIH PADANG Reza, Fachrul; Tjong, Djong Hon; Novarino, Wilson
Sainstek : Jurnal Sains dan Teknologi Vol 8, No 2 (2016)
Publisher : IAIN Batusangkar

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Research on the Snakes Morphological Characteristics on Campus of Andalas University Limau Manih had been done. The research was conducted using survey method and Dissemination of Information to Public accompanied by morphometric measurements and descriptions. The results of the research that had been done caught 2 species that consist of one family namely Elapidae. This family is refer to snakes which has neurotoxin venom glands, no loreal scalation, and mostly teresterial. Maticora bivirgata flaviceps (Cantor, 1839) which has no loreal scale, red coloration on tail, and head; Naja sumatrana M?ller, 1887 which has no loreal scale, black coloration with yellow coloration on it?s hood, and yelowish head.
A Mist-netting Study of Birds in Lunang Freshwater Swamp Forest, West Sumatra – Part 1 Novarino, Wilson; Noske, Richard; Salsabila, Anas; ., Jarulis
KUKILA Vol 13 (2006)
Publisher : KUKILA

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The diversity and guild composition of birds in Lunang freshwater swamp forest, 250 km south of Padang, West Sumatra, was investigated in April-June 2001 using mist nets over 15 days (l 368 net-h) and 20-species list censuses (120 h). A total of 154 individuals belonging to 40 species were captured. Alcedo meninting was the most frequently captured species, followed by Trichastoma rostratum , Macronous gularis, Anthreptes singalensis, and Arachnothera longirostra. Of the nine foraging guilds represented among captured birds, foliagegleaning insectivores were overwhelmingly dominant in terms of both species and individuals. Of 14 families, Timaliidae and Nectariniidae contributed the most to the total number of captured individuals. Including the 70 species recorded only during censuses, 110 species were observed in Lunang swamp forest. Six species were encountered only in mist-nets, indicating the usefulness of this technique in obtaining comprehensive species inventories, especially when experience of calls is limited. Total capture rates were higher than those reported in Peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak, but inter-regional comparisons are constrained by differences in sampling effort, design and habitats.
A Mist-netting Study of Birds in Lunang Freshwater Swamp Forest, West Sumatra – Part 2 Novarino, Wilson; Noske, Richard; Salsabila, Anas; ., Jarulis
KUKILA Vol 13 (2006)
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The diversity and guild composition of birds in Lunang freshwater swamp forest, 250 km south of Padang, West Sumatra, was investigated in April-June 2001 using mist nets over 15 days (l 368 net-h) and 20-species list censuses (120 h). A total of 154 individuals belonging to 40 species were captured. Alcedo meninting was the most frequently captured species, followed by Trichastoma rostratum , Macronous gularis, Anthreptes singalensis, and Arachnothera longirostra. Of the nine foraging guilds represented among captured birds, foliagegleaning insectivores were overwhelmingly dominant in terms of both species and individuals. Of 14 families, Timaliidae and Nectariniidae contributed the most to the total number of captured individuals. Including the 70 species recorded only during censuses, 110 species were observed in Lunang swamp forest. Six species were encountered only in mist-nets, indicating the usefulness of this technique in obtaining comprehensive species inventories, especially when experience of calls is limited. Total capture rates were higher than those reported in Peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak, but inter-regional comparisons are constrained by differences in sampling effort, design and habitats.
STRUKTUR KOMUNITAS BURUNG LAPISAN BAWAH PADA DAERAH PINGGIRAN HUTAN SEKUNDER DATARAN RENDAH SUMATERA BARAT Novarino, Wilson; Salsabila, Anas; Jarulis, Jarulis
ZOO INDONESIA No 29 (2002): Zoo Indonesia No. 29 Desember 2002
Publisher : Masyarakat Zoologi Indonesia

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KEHADIRAN MAMALIA PADA SESAPAN (SALT LICK) DI HUTAN LINDUNG TARATAK, KABUPATEN PESISIR SELATAN, SUMATERA BARAT Novarino, Wilson; Kamilah, Santi N; Nugroho, Agung; Janra, M. Nazri; Silmi, M.; Syafrie, M.
Biota : Jurnal Ilmiah Ilmu-Ilmu Hayati Vol 12, No 2 (2007): June 2007
Publisher : Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta

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The study of mammals visitation on salt licks in protected forest of Taratak, SoutheraCoast of West Sumatra was conducted from June to September 2005 (in total 6840hours.camera). Three camera traps were deployed separately on three salt lick areas.Nine species of mammals were recorded during the study. Tapirus indicus was thespecies most often photographed (13.5%), followed by Presbytis melalophos (11.3%) andSus scrofa (9.8%). This study also records the activity of human on salt licks areas. Thenumbers of visitation of mammals on three salt licks area differed, both in the numberof species and the number of individual. The differences of mammal visitation on saltlicks were not affected by size, altitude, and distances from village. The results alsoshowed that there was time segregation when entering the salt licks area, both interrestrial mammals and primates.
DESKRIPSI JENIS-JENIS ULAR DI KAMPUS UNIVERSITAS ANDALAS LIMAU MANIH PADANG reza, Fachrul; Tjong, Tjong Hon; Novarino, Wilson
Jurnal Bioconcetta Vol 2, No 2 (2016)
Publisher : STKIP PGRI Sumatera Barat

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Penelitian tentang deskripsi ular di lingkungan universitas andalas Limau manih telah dilakukan mulai April 2009 sampai Maret 2010. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode dan mengumpulkan informasi dari masyarakatdan survei langsung dari masyarakat selanjutknya dilakukan pengukuran pengukuran morfometrik dan deskripsi spesimen. Pada penelitian ini juga dituliskan deskripsi berdasarkan penelitian sebelumnya oleh peneliti lain. Hasil penelitian ini mendapatkan 20 spesies dan jumlah 40 individu ular yang terdiri dari satu subordo yaitu Serpentes serta 5 familia yaitu Colubridae (15 specieses): Ahaetulla prasina prasina (Boie, 1827), Boiga Cynodon (Boie, 1827), Chrysopelea paradisi paradisi Boie, 1827, Dendrelaphis caudolineatus caudolineatus (Gray, 1834), Dendrelaphis formosus (Boie, 1827), Dendrelaphis pictus (Gmelin, 1789), Gonyosoma oxycephalum (Boie, 1827), Liopeltis tricolor (Schlegel, 1837), Lycodon subscinctus subscinctus (Boie, 1827), Oligodon octolineatus (Schneider, 1801), Opisthotrophis rugosus (van Lidth de Jeude, 1890,, Pseudorabdion eiselti (Cantor, 1847), Rabdophis chrysargos (Schlegel, 1837), Xenelaphis hexagonotus (Cantor, 1847), Xenochrophis trianguligerus (Boie, 1827); Elapidae (two specieses): Maticora bivirgata flaviceps (Cantor, 1839), Naja sumatrana Mȕller, 1887; Pythonidae (satu species): Python reticulatus (Schneider, 1801); Viperidae (one species); Tropidolaemus wagleri Wagler, 1830; Xenopeltidae (satu species): Xenopeltis unicolor Boie, 1827. 
Pengelolaan Lubuk Larangan sebagai Upaya Konservasi Perairan di Desa Rantau Pandan Kabupaten Bungo, Jambi Sari, Diana; Junaidi Zakaria, Indra; Novarino, Wilson
Dinamika Lingkungan Indonesia Vol 3, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : Universitas Riau

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Abstrak: This study aims to analyze governance and harvest fish Lubuk Larangan Rantau Pandan Village Bungo Resindence. This research is carried in March-August 2015 in a river of Rantau Pandan Village Bungo Residence, Jambi. The metod that is used is survey method. Then using SWOT analysis with regard to Lubuk Larangan with assesses each internal and external factors. Based on the observation efforts made by communities around the bottom of the prohibition only covers the preservation of fish species alone and the lack of cooperation between the government and the surrounding community. 
The Claims and the Use of Land by Local Communities and by the FMU of 50 Kota District in Jorong Landai, Nagari Harau, 50 Kota District, West Sumatra, Indonesia Hasana, Uswatul; Mahdi; Novarino, Wilson; Azel, Farid
International Journal of Science and Society Vol 1 No 2 (2019): International Journal of Science and Society (IJSOC)
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Forest Management Unit (FMU) of 50 Kota district, whose appointment by the Decree of the Minister of Forestry No. 44 / Menhut-II / 2012 on February 2, located in the 50 Kota district of West Sumatra Province, Indonesia with wide ± 117 552 ha. FMU of 50 Kota district try to make some forest management plans in certain areas such as the development for forest conservation function, production function and protected function. Local communities in 50 Kota district, some of them still dependent on the forest, and Location FMU of 50 Kota district is in the West Sumatera, that famous with the Minangkabau people with their long-existing village management system, known as Nagari. The Nagari established, to settle disputes based on customary principles as well as to protect the rights of the community members. These rights include communal land (ulayat land). In this study, has identification and attempts to describe the claims and the use of land in Jorong Landai, Nagari Harau, 50 Kota District, West Sumatra, by local communities and FMU of 50 Kota District. This research uses the descriptive qualitative method. In the Jorong Landai with a total area of 1388 Ha with each has ulayat area as follows: Bodi: 344 Ha, Pitopang 477 Ha, Sambilan 135 Ha and Melayu 427 Ha. The clan has used the ulayat land of 198,02 Ha for settlement, rice field, and gambir fields. The new boundaries for the area protected forest in Jorong Landai make overlapping claims of 57,01 Ha. Overlapping claims land use makes the activities local communities like blocked in their own land by the government. The primary forest in Jorong Landai of 1051 Ha (267 Ha in APL/Ulayat land and 784 Ha in protection forest). Secondary forest of 63,6 Ha (in APL/Ulayat land of 56,5 Ha and 7,1 Ha in protection forest).