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Insect pollinator diversity along a habitat quality gradient on Mount Slamet, Central Java, Indonesia

JudulInsect pollinator diversity along a habitat quality gradient on Mount Slamet, Central Java, Indonesia
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsWidhiono I, Sudiana E, Sucianto ET
JournalBiodiversitas
Volume17, Number 2, October 2016
Start Page746-752
Date Published10/2016
ISSN2085-4722
Keywordskite netting, major wild plant species, species richness, wasp, wild bee
Abstract

Widhiono  I,  Sudiana  E,  Sucianto  ET.  2016. Insect  pollinator  diversity  along  a  habitat  quality  gradient  on  Mount  Slamet, Central Java, Indonesia. Biodiversitas 17: 746-752. The diversity of wild bees and wasps in seven habitat types (natural forest, teak forest, pine forest, Agathis forest, community forest, gardens, and agricultural areas) representing the habitat quality gradient of Mount Slamet  and  adjacent  areas  in  Central  Java,  Indonesia,  was  studied  from  April  to  June  2012.  We  examined  whether  habitat  quality affected the diversity of wild bees and wasp pollinators. In total, 938 wild bee and wasp specimens representing 13 species of bees and 2 species of wasps were collected using kite netting. Wild bee diversity differed significantly among the habitat types (F 6,281 = 1.2 p < 0.05). The Spearman’s correlation coefficients confirmed that wild bee diversity was correlated with habitat quality (r2 = 0.67 p < 0.05). Habitats that included all of the major wild plant species supported the highest wild bee diversity.

DOI10.13057/biodiv/d170250
SisipanUkuran
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