Catatan Marga Centratherum (Asteraceae: Vernonieae) di Pulau Jawa

Arifin Surya Dwipa Irsyam*  -  Herbarium Bandungense (FIPIA), Sekolah Ilmu dan Teknologi Hayati (SITH), Institut Teknologi Bandung, Labtek VC, Jl. Let. Jen. Purn. Dr (HC) Mashudi No. 1, Sumedang, Indonesia
Arieh Mountara  -  Departemen Biologi, Fakultas Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam, IPB Univeristy, Dramaga, Bogor, Indonesia
Asih Perwita Dewi  -  Divisi Botani, Pusat Penelitian Biologi, Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia, Jl. Raya Bogor KM 46, Cibinong, Indonesia
Muhammad Rifqi Hariri    -  Research Center for Plant COnservation and Botanic Gardens, Indonesian Institute of Sciences, Indonesia
Surianto Effendi  -  Divisi Botani, Yayasan Generasi Biologi Indonesia (Genbinesia), Jl. Swadaya Barat No. 4, Semampir, Cerme, Gresik, Indonesia
Rina Ratnasih Irwanto  -  Sekolah Ilmu dan Teknologi Hayati (SITH), Institut Teknologi Bandung, Labtek XI, Jl. Ganeca No. 10, Bandung, Indonesia

(*) Corresponding Author
Suku Asteraceae merupakan suku dengan jumlah jenis tertinggi dan perawakan bervariasi. Sebanyak ± 30.000 jenis tersebar di dunia dan 150 marga diantaranya tersebar di kawasan Malesia. Jenis-jenis Asteraceae di Pulau Jawa tercatat dalam buku Flora of Java Jilid 2. Namun, dalam beberapa tahun terakhir terdapat beberapa jenis yang belum tercatat dalam Flora of Java telah ditemukan di Jawa. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengungkap jenis tumbuhan rekaman baru untuk melengkapi penyusunan buku Alien Flora of Java. Penelitian ini dilakukan dengan metode jelajah pada Maret 2019 hingga Agustus 2020 di beberapa lokasi di Pulau Jawa. Terdapat satu jenis tumbuhan rekaman baru dari suku Asteraceae yakni Centratherum punctatum di Desa Galonggor Bogor dan Jatinangor yang telah ditemukan tumbuh meliar dan belum tercatat sebelumnya dalam Flora of Java. Jenis ini menambah data anggota Centratherum yang terdapat di Jawa. Pendugaan asal, penyebab meliar, pemanfaatan, serta kandungan kimia jenis ini dipaparkan di dalam tulisan.

Keywords : Asteraceae, Centratherum punctatum, Jawa, rekaman baru, Vernonieae

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