Habitat transformation and sustainable landscape: a preliminary study of the diversity of cross habitat pollinators

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​Habitat transformation and sustainable landscape: a preliminary study of the diversity of cross habitat pollinators​
Jihadi, A.; Rizali, A. ; Atmowidi, T.; Pudjianto, P. & Buchori, D. ​ (2019)
​International Symposium on Transdisciplinary Approach for Knowledge Co-Creation in Sustainability 2018​, Bogor, West Java, Indonesia. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/325/1/012006 

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Jihadi, A.; Rizali, Akhmad ; Atmowidi, T.; Pudjianto, P.; Buchori, Damayanti 
Abstract
Sustainable landscape consist of the healthy provision of ecological services and the improvement of local human well-being. However, habitat transformation often affects pollinators. There is still a lack of research about how far does pollinators presence is being changed by habitat types. The aim of this research is to investigate the consequence of habitat transformation to pollinator diversity among habitat types. This research was conducted in the Harapan Forest, Jambi on three types of habitat from April to September 2017. Pollinators were collected using insect net and traps in and around the flowering plants in the plots. All pollinators were brought to the laboratory for identification. The highest abundance and species richness of pollinators were found in rubber and oil palm plantation, while the lowest were found in secondary forest. These results seem to be related to the presence of flowering plants that were more abundant in rubber and oil palm plantation compared to secondary forest. Different species of pollinators has different responses to the habitat transformation. For instance, the genus Tetragonula spp. (Hymenoptera: Apidae) were found to be highly abundant in secondary forest, whereas Ceratina spp. (Hymenoptera: Apidae) were highly abundant in rubber and oil palm plantation.
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2019
Project
SFB 990: Ökologische und sozioökonomische Funktionen tropischer Tieflandregenwald-Transformationssysteme (Sumatra, Indonesien) 
SFB 990 | Z | Z02: Central Scientific Support Unit 
Conference
International Symposium on Transdisciplinary Approach for Knowledge Co-Creation in Sustainability 2018
Conference Place
Bogor, West Java, Indonesia
Event start
2018-11-06
Language
English
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