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KUMBANG PENGGEREK PADA BEBERAPA JENIS KAYU LEGUMINOSAE NOERDJITO, WORO A.; AMIR, M.
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 3, No 4 (1986)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/beritabiologi.v3i4.1427

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W A. NOERDJITO&M.AMIR.1986.wood boring beetle of some leguminosae timbers.Berita Biologi 3(4): 159-162.At least 8 families of wood boring beetles were observed to cuse a damage on some leguminous timbers belong to the genus of Bauhinia,Albizia , Acacia,Sesbania,Erythrina and Glericida.They were namely Scolytidae(5Species),Platypodidae(4 species),Boctrychidae(6 species),Elateridae(1 species),Tenebrionidae(4 species),Erotylidae(1 species),Lucanidae(1 species) and Cetonidae(1 species).Hostplant selection of the beetles seemed to be determined by the timber species,as well as their state of decompositions.
BUTTERFLIES RECENTLY RECORDED FROM LOMBOK Matsumoto, Kazuma; Noerdjito, Woro A.; Cholik, Endang
TREUBIA Vol 39 (2012): Vol. 39, December 2012
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Ten species of butterflies were recently recorded from Lombok, i.e., Papilio demoleus malayanus, Appias olferna, Eurema andersoni kashiwaii, Theclinesthes miskini gaura, Tirumala ishmoides linea, Acraea andromacha, Acraea terpsicore, Junonia villida, Lexias aegle miyatai and Mycalesis mineus macromalayana. Papilio demoleus malayanus, A. olferna and A. terpsicore were thought to be recent immigrants from the mainland Asia, and likewise J. villida from Australia. We could not determine whether A. andromacha, recorded by only one specimen, is a native species or a stray from Sumbawa. The other species were supposed to be native to Lombok.
Rapid Assessment on Biodiversity in Logged Forest of Tesso Nilo, Riau Province, Sumatra Prawiradilaga, Dewi M.; ., Purwaningsih; Susiarti, Siti; Sidik, Irvan; Suyanto, A.; Rachmatika, Ike; Noerdjito, Woro A.; Marakarmah, A.; Sinaga, M. H.; Cholik, E.; Saim, A.
JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA Vol 10, No 2 (2014): Jurnal Biologi Indonesia
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Tesso Nilo area which is located at Riau province covers an area of 188.00 ha. Recently, it is famous because of asharply increased in encroachment activities for forest conversion, especially for oil palm plantations and villagesites. It was conducted in logged forest around Segati river, Toro river, Mamahan river and Sawan river in June2003. The results showed that the area had the high richness of plant species which was indicated by the high valueof Mennhenick index. Records from the 1 ha studied plot identified a total of 360 species included 165 genera and57 families with 215 tree species 305 sapling species. Some important tree species which were included in the RedList of IUCN were ‘gaharu’ (Aquilaria malaccensis), ‘ramin’ (Gonystylus bancanus), Shorea spp. and Dipterocarpusspp. The local community utilized 83 species of medicinal plants and 4 species of toxic plants for fishing. The totalnumber of recorded bird species was 114 species represented 29% of the total Sumatran bird species. The mostimportant bird species were the Wrinkled Hornbill (Aceros corrugatus), Crestless Fireback (Lophuraerythrophthalma), Crested Fireback (Lophura ignita) and Hooked-billed Bulbul (Setornis criniger). The total numberof recorded mammal species was 34 species or 16.5% of 206 species of Sumatran mammals. The most importantmammal species included Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae), Sumatran elephant (Elephas maximussumatrensis), the Sun bear (Helarctos malayanus) and three species of primates: Hylobates agilis, Presbytis femoralisand Macaca nemestrina. The herpetofauna contained 15 reptile species and 18 amphibian species. The mostimportant herpetofauna was the endangered False Gharial (Tomistoma schlegelii) and the vulnerable Common Softshelledturtle (Amyda cartilaginea). The number of recorded fish species was 50 represented 18% of the totalSumatran fish species (272 species). The important fish species were Breinsteinea sp. and Chaca bankanensis whichwere unique and rare. Since insects are the largest group of animal, this study only focused on beetles. Theidentified beetles were classified into 644 species and 34 families. The important beetles were the Longhorn beetles(Cerambycidae) and the Scarab beetles (Scarabaeidae).The small mammal parasites consisted of ectoparasites whichwere categorized into 14 species and endoparasites which were categorized into 2 orders and 3 species.Keywords: biodiversity, logged forest, richness, Sumatran tiger, Sumatran elephant
Pengaruh Ketinggian dan Habitat Terhadap Keragaman Kumbang Koprofagus (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) di Jalur Pendakian Apuy dan Linggarjati, Taman Nasional Gunung Ciremai Noerdjito, Woro A.
JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA Vol 5, No 3 (2009): JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA
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ABSTRACTThe influence of altitude and habitat to Coprophagous beetles diversity (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae)at two site (Apuy and Linggarjati) of Gunung Ciremai National Park. As a newNational Park, the data about insects diversity from Gunung Ciremai and surrounding areas arelack especially about the influence of altitude and habitat to Coprophagous beetles.Coprophagous beetles is important to the ecological process related to nutrient cycling andsoil aeration, dispersal of seeds deficated by frugivorous and phoretic mites. The mostimportance the coprofagous beetles was very sensitive to environment or habitat changesespecially the vertebrate where they live within. Coprophagous beetles as forest indicatorcause of their behaviors and primary correlated with the population of the vertebrate faunas inhabitat conditions. This study aims to know the impact of altitude and habitat to thecoprophagoes beetles community in two forest areas (Apuy and Linggarjati), Gunung CiremaiNational Park. Totally 15 species (1089 specimens) of coprophagoes beetles collected byhuman dung traps and dominated by Onthophagus luridipennis (603 specimens).Key words: Coprophagous beetles, habitat, altitude and Ciremai
Stuktur Komunitas Fauna Kumbang Sungut Panjang (Coleoptera: Cerambicidae) di Kawasan Taman Nasional Gunung Ciremai Noerdjito, Woro A.
JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA Vol 4, No 5 (2008): JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA
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ABSTRACTCommunity Structure of Longicorn Beetles Fauna (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)At Gunung Ciremai National Park. Longicorn beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)are useful for assessment of recovery of forest insect fauna, because mostly speciesfeed on woody plants and are expected to increase in number and diversity along withdevelopment of the forest. The longicorn beetles were collected at the Gunung CiremaiNational Park (GCNP) area, at Apuy track (Western part of GCNP) during three weeksin April 2006 and Linggarjati track (Eastern part of GCNP) also during three weeks inMay-June 2007. These beetles were collected by Malaise, Light, Artocarpus branchtraps (Bundled twigs of jack fruits tied onto a tree stem) and active collecting by sweeping,beating and handling methods. The specimens collected totally 184 individu, (38 species)which 12 species were noted found at Gunung Halimun Salak National Park (GHSNP)distributed at 1000-1300 meter above sea level.In the research we found Acalolepta rusticatrix, Epepeotes luscus and Pterolophiamelanura that known as a common species of Cerambycid or longhorn beetles inKalimantan and Java, were found in the research activities, caused these species foundat many places including at Bogor Botanical Garden. In GCNP, we did not find Nyctimeniusochraceovittata as indicator for relatively less disturbed forest in Kalimantan, otherwisewe find Nyctimenius varicornis mostly find in all study site at GCNP, that is possible asindicator for relatively less disturbed forest in Java. In GCNP, we find Gnoma longicollisas a cerambycid beetle for natural forest indicator. In the paper show the comparativediversity study between traps (collecting methods) and study site (habitat and altitude).Key word: Cerambycidae, Ciremai, struktur komunitas
The Role of Coprophagous Beetles on Dung Decomposition and Enhancement OF Soil Fertility: Effect Of Body Size, Species Diversity and Biomass Shahabuddin, Shahabuddin; Manuwoto, Sjafrida; Hidayat, Purnama; Noerdjito, Woro A.; Schulze, Christian H.
JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA Vol 5, No 2 (2008): JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/jbi.v5i2.3192

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ABSTRAKPeran Kumbang Koprofagus pada Dekomposisi Kotoran Hewan dan Kesuburan Tanah:Pengaruh Ukuran Tubuh, Keragaman Species dan Biomasa. Penelitian ini bertujuan untukmenganalisis pengaruh keragaman species, ukuran dan biomassa kumbang koprofagus dalammerombak kotoran hewan dan meningkatkan kesuburan tanah. Percobaan dilakukanmenggunakan Rancangan Acak Lengkap dengan perlakuan jumlah dan panjang tubuh spesieskumbang koprofagus. Peubah tergantung yang diamati adalah persentase kotoran yangterdekomposisi dan kadar bahan organik serta N,P,K total tanah sebagai indikator kesuburantanah. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa persentase kotoran hewan yang terdekomposisilebih dipengaruhi oleh ukuran dan biomassa kumbang yang terlibat dibandingkan denganjumlah spesies. Persentase kotoran yang terdekomposisi berkorelasi positif dengan ukurankumbang koprofagus. Kadar N,P,K total tanah meningkat mengikuti jumlah kotoran hewanyang terdekomposisi yang mengindikasikan bahwa aktifitas perombakan kotoran hewan olehkumbang koprofagus berpengaruh positif terhadap kesuburan tanah.Kata kunci: Kumbang koprofagus, komposisi spesies, dekomposisi, kesuburan tanah
Pola sebaran kupu-kupu pada berbagai tipe ekosistem di Gunung Ciremai Noerdjito, Woro A.; Erniwati, Erniwati
JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA Vol 5, No 3 (2009): JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA
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ABSTRACTDistribution Pattern of Butterflies on Various Ecosystem at Mt. Ciremai. To know the effectof ecosystem type on distribution pattern of butterflies in Ciremai mountain, we comparedbutterfly fauna between urban area (perkampungan), secondary and primary forest from 1000m asl to 1700 m asl., located in Apuy and Linggarjati tracks. During our study in Apuy (4 – 22April 2006) and Linggarjati (15 May– 4 June 2007) we recognized 66 species within 7 groups.Four groups distributed in specific habitats such as (1) perkampungan (Argomukti vilage,Apuy, 1000-1200 m.asl.), (2) secondary forest (Legok Pasang, Apuy, 1500-1600 m.asl.), (3)outsite forest Linggarjati, 800-1100 m.asl. (4) Linggarjati forest edge at 1100-1400 m asl. Theothers groups are butterflies that only distributed in Linggarjati or Apuy. Microclimate duringour study as well as weather condition at the time such as cloud, wind and rain impact theactivity of butterfly species and reflected to the species collected. Although the researchconducted in the same season (wet season) but Apuy and Linggarjati have differentmicrohabitats that caused some species are only found at Apuy or Linggarjati areas.Key words: Ciremai, butterfly, distribution
KEHADIRAN SERANGGA PADA PERTANAMAN CAMPURAN KACANG GUDE DAN TOMAT AMIR, MOH.; NOERDJITO, WORO A.
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 3, No 6 (1986)
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MOH. AMIR & WORO A. NOERDJITO, 1986.The presence insects on the intercrop plants of pigeonpeas and tomatoes. Berita Biologi 3(6): 268 -272.Intercropping system to reduce number of potential insect pests. However, the result will be vary depend on the appropriate component of the selected crops.The experiments using toniatoes as an intercrop of pigeonpeas was carried out at the HKTI (Himpunan Karya Tani Indonesia) garden at Tajur Bogor.The number of insect species as well as diversity in the intercropped pigeonpeas were compared with that in the pure stand of the same crops. The result indicated that number of insect species visited in the intercropped pigeonpeas was greater than in its pure culture.The number of insect species in the intercropped and pure pigeon peas increased with the increase of its developmental stages.The index diversity in the intercropped pigeonpeas were higher than that in its culture.
CALLIDIOPINI BEETLES (COLEOPTERA: CERAMBYCIDAE) IN THE COLLECTION OF MUSEUM ZOOLOGICUM BOGORIENSE, INDONESIA Yokoi, Yaheita; Makihara, Hiroshi; Noerdjito, Woro A.
TREUBIA Vol 46 (2019): Vol. 46, December 2019
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Callidiopini species in the collection of Museum Zoologicum Bogoriense, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) were examined. Three new species of the genus Ceresium Newman, 1842, are described, i.e. C. clytinioides sp. nov., C. sugiartoi sp. nov., both from Kalimantan, and C. emarginatum sp. nov. from Papua. One new species of the genus Examnes Pascoe, 1869, from Kalimantan, E. subvermiculatus sp. nov. is described. 
PEMILIKAN TERNAK DI LINGKUNGAN PEKARANGAN TELUKNAGA, CITEUREUP DAN PACET ADISOEMARTO, S.; WALUJO, SRI PARYANTI; NOERDJITO, WORO A.
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 3, No 2 (1985)
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S. ADISOEMARTO, SRI PARYANTI-WALUJO& WORO A.NOERDJITO. 1985. Domestic animal ownership within the kitchen gardens in Teluk naga, Citeureup and Pacet.Berita Biologi 3(2) : 70- 75. Surveys on domesticated animals in kitchen gardens were conducted in Teluknaga,Citeureup and Pacet in West Java in the middle of 1980.There were 13 kinds of animals listed. Each kind of these animals has been analysed on the bases of number of owners,rearing intensity and pattern of distribution in each locality. The most popular and widely distributed animals were chickens. This animal might be crowned as the "prima dona" of the kitchen garden environment.