Dewi M. Prawiradilaga, Dewi M.
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NEW RECORD OF Synhimantus (Dispharynx) nasuta (RUDOLPHI, 1819) CHABAUD, 1975 (NEMATODA, ACUARIOIDEA) IN THE YELLOW VENTED BULBUL (Pycnonotus goivier) FROM EAST KALIMANTAN, INDONESIA Dewi, Kartika; Irham, Mohammad; Prawiradilaga, Dewi M.; Kawakami, Kazuto
TREUBIA Vol 34 (2006): Vol. 34, December 2006
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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
MONITORING THE BIRD COMMUNITY AT G. KENDENG-GUNUNG HALIMUN NATIONAL PARK*[Pemantauan Komunitas Burung di G. Kendeng-Taman Nasional Halimun] Prawiradilaga, Dewi M.; Marakarmah, Alwin; Wijamukti, Satrio; Kundarmasno, Agus
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 6, No 1 (2002)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/beritabiologi.v6i1.1170

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Untuk mengetahui dinamika komunitas burung di Taman Nasional Gunung Halimun dilakukan pemantauan setiap bulan mulai bulan Januari 2000 sampai Desember 2001.Pemantauan dilakukan di kaki G. Kendeng menggunakan metode tangkap lepas dengan jaring kabut yang dipasang di atas tanah dan pada tajuk pohon. Dalam makalah ini disampaikan hasil pengamatan dari periode kedua yang dilakukan mulai Januari sampai Desember 2001.Hasil pengamatan menunjukkan bahwa keragaman jenis burung di tajuk pohon (26 jenis) hampir sama dengan pada permukaan tanah (25 jenis). Sedangkan 12 jenis tercatat dapat dijumpai di tajuk pohon dan pada permukaan tanah.Burung yang sangat umum dijumpai adalah Cinclidium diana dan Ficedula dumetoria diikuti Arachnothera longirostra.Burung yang sangat jarang dijumpai adalah Accipiter trivirgatus Macropygia unchall, Batrachostomus cornutus, Lacedo pulcheila, Iole virescens,Enicurus leschenaulti, Tesia superciliaris, Phylloscopus trivirgatus, Abroscopus superciliaris, Seicercus grammiceps, Muscicapa daurica,Muscicapaferruginea, Arachnothera ajfinis, Anthreptes singalensis, Zosterops montanus dan Lophozoplerops javanicus.
New records and range extensions of birds from Timor, Alor and Rote Ashari, Hidayat; Prawiradilaga, Dewi M.; Eaton, James A.; Suparno, Suparno; Rheindt, Frank E.
TREUBIA Vol 45 (2018): Vol. 45, December 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/treubia.v45i0.3628

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The Lesser Sundas Region continues to be widely unexplored even in such relatively well-known animal groups as birds (Aves). We report the results of an ornithological expedition from November through December 2015 to Timor, Alor and Rote islands along with some opportunistic observations made in that area between 2006 to 2015, providing details on numerous first records of bird species outside their previously known geographic or elevational ranges observed or otherwise recorded during this expedition. Our results underscore the fragmentary nature of our knowledge of the composition of the avifauna of the Lesser Sunda Islands, and demonstrate that there continues to be a large volume of significant new records and range extensions of birds on these islands.
Ornithological observations from Maratua and Bawean Islands, Indonesia Burner, Ryan C.; Shakya, Subir B.; Haryoko, Tri; Irham, Mohammad; Prawiradilaga, Dewi M.; Sheldon, Frederick H
TREUBIA Vol 45 (2018): Vol. 45, December 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/treubia.v45i0.3445

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Indonesia’s many islands, large and small, make it an important center of avian diversity and endemism. Current biogeographic understanding, however, is limited by the lack of modern genetic samples for comparative analyses from most of these islands, and conservation efforts are hampered by the paucity of recent information from small islands peripheral to major, more commonly visited  islands. In November and December 2016, we visited Maratua, an oceanic coral atoll 50 km east of Borneo, and Bawean, a volcanic island on the Sunda continental shelf 150 km north of Java, to survey birds and collect specimens for morphological and genetic analysis. We detected many of the birds on Maratua’s historical lists and added several new resident and migratory species. Notably, we did not detect the Maratua White-rumped Shama (Copsychus malabaricus barbouri). On Bawean, we found the forests to be nearly silent and detected remarkably few resident land-bird species overall. The           severe population reduction of C. m. barbouri on Maratua and the drastic reduction of forest birds on Bawean probably result from overexploitation by the cage-bird trade in the first case and a combination of the cage-bird trade and pellet-gun hunting in the second.
ORNITHOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS FROM MARATUA AND BAWEAN ISLANDS, INDONESIA Burner, Ryan C.; Shakya, Subir B.; Haryoko, Tri; Irham, Mohammad; Prawiradilaga, Dewi M.; Sheldon, Frederick H
TREUBIA Vol 45 (2018): Vol. 45, December 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/treubia.v45i0.3445

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Indonesia?s many islands, large and small, make it an important center of avian diversity and endemism. Current biogeographic understanding, however, is limited by the lack of modern genetic samples for comparative analyses from most of these islands, and conservation efforts are hampered by the paucity of recent information from small islands peripheral to major, more commonly visited  islands. In November and December 2016, we visited Maratua, an oceanic coral atoll 50 km east of Borneo, and Bawean, a volcanic island on the Sunda continental shelf 150 km north of Java, to survey birds and collect specimens for morphological and genetic analysis. We detected many of the birds on Maratua?s historical lists and added several new resident and migratory species. Notably, we did not detect the Maratua White-rumped Shama (Copsychus malabaricus barbouri). On Bawean, we found the forests to be nearly silent and detected remarkably few resident land-bird species overall. The           severe population reduction of C. m. barbouri on Maratua and the drastic reduction of forest birds on Bawean probably result from overexploitation by the cage-bird trade in the first case and a combination of the cage-bird trade and pellet-gun hunting in the second.
NEW RECORDS AND RANGE EXTENSIONS OF BIRDS FROM TIMOR, ALOR AND ROTE Ashari, Hidayat; Prawiradilaga, Dewi M.; Eaton, James A.; Suparno, Suparno; Rheindt, Frank E.
TREUBIA Vol 45 (2018): Vol. 45, December 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/treubia.v45i0.3628

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The Lesser Sundas Region continues to be widely unexplored even in such relatively well-known animal groups as birds (Aves). We report the results of an ornithological expedition from November through December 2015 to Timor, Alor and Rote islands along with some opportunistic observations made in that area between 2006 to 2015, providing details on numerous first records of bird species outside their previously known geographic or elevational ranges observed or otherwise recorded during this expedition. Our results underscore the fragmentary nature of our knowledge of the composition of the avifauna of the Lesser Sunda Islands, and demonstrate that there continues to be a large volume of significant new records and range extensions of birds on these islands.
MONITORING THE BIRD COMMUNITY AT G. KENDENG-GUNUNG HALIMUN NATIONAL PARK*[PEMANTAUAN KOMUNITAS BURUNG DI G. KENDENG-TAMAN NASIONAL HALIMUN] Prawiradilaga, Dewi M.; Marakarmah, Alwin; Wijamukti, Satrio; Kundarmasno, Agus
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 6, No 1 (2002)
Publisher : Research Center for Biology-Indonesian Institute of Sciences

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/beritabiologi.v6i1.1170

Abstract

Untuk mengetahui dinamika komunitas burung di Taman Nasional Gunung Halimun dilakukan pemantauan setiap bulan mulai bulan Januari 2000 sampai Desember 2001.Pemantauan dilakukan di kaki G. Kendeng menggunakan metode tangkap lepas dengan jaring kabut yang dipasang di atas tanah dan pada tajuk pohon. Dalam makalah ini disampaikan hasil pengamatan dari periode kedua yang dilakukan mulai Januari sampai Desember 2001.Hasil pengamatan menunjukkan bahwa keragaman jenis burung di tajuk pohon (26 jenis) hampir sama dengan pada permukaan tanah (25 jenis). Sedangkan 12 jenis tercatat dapat dijumpai di tajuk pohon dan pada permukaan tanah.Burung yang sangat umum dijumpai adalah Cinclidium diana dan Ficedula dumetoria diikuti Arachnothera longirostra.Burung yang sangat jarang dijumpai adalah Accipiter trivirgatus Macropygia unchall, Batrachostomus cornutus, Lacedo pulcheila, Iole virescens,Enicurus leschenaulti, Tesia superciliaris, Phylloscopus trivirgatus, Abroscopus superciliaris, Seicercus grammiceps, Muscicapa daurica,Muscicapaferruginea, Arachnothera ajfinis, Anthreptes singalensis, Zosterops montanus dan Lophozoplerops javanicus.
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
Publisher : Perhimpunan Biologi Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14203/jbi.v10i2.2106

Abstract

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 â??gaharuâ?? (Aquilaria malaccensis), â??raminâ?? (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