Richness of Butterflies Species at Three Habitat Type in Karimunjawa Island Central Java

Wisnu Bayu Murti*  -  Department of Biology , Faculty of Natural Science and Mathematics, Semarang State University, Central Java,, Indonesia
Nugroho Edi Kartijono  -  Department of Biology , Faculty of Natural Science and Mathematics, Semarang State University, Central Java, Indonesia
Margareta Rahayuningsih  -  Department of Biology , Faculty of Natural Science and Mathematics, Semarang State University, Central Java, Indonesia

(*) Corresponding Author

The purpose of this research was to determine the species richness of butterflies on three type habitats in Karimunjawa Island. The research was conducted in May-October 2016. The research location on the island of Karimunjawa in three habitat types, edge of lowland tropical forest, paddy fields and settlements. Sampling was conducted four times of observation on each habitat type and Point Count Method. Identification species of butterflies use a guidebook Serangga Taman Nasional Gunung Halimun Jawa Bagian Barat and analyzed by uses Margalef Index. The results showed total 49 species of butterflies from 1402 individual (5 Family) was found in three types of habitat. Butterfly species richness highest in a edge habitat of lowland tropical forest (5.9), settlements (5.2), and paddy fields (4.6). ©2016 JNSMR UIN Walisongo. All rights reserved.

Keywords : Species Richness; Butterflies; Karimunjawa Island

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