$\require{mediawiki-texvc}$
  • 검색어에 아래의 연산자를 사용하시면 더 정확한 검색결과를 얻을 수 있습니다.
  • 검색연산자
검색연산자 기능 검색시 예
() 우선순위가 가장 높은 연산자 예1) (나노 (기계 | machine))
공백 두 개의 검색어(식)을 모두 포함하고 있는 문서 검색 예1) (나노 기계)
예2) 나노 장영실
| 두 개의 검색어(식) 중 하나 이상 포함하고 있는 문서 검색 예1) (줄기세포 | 면역)
예2) 줄기세포 | 장영실
! NOT 이후에 있는 검색어가 포함된 문서는 제외 예1) (황금 !백금)
예2) !image
* 검색어의 *란에 0개 이상의 임의의 문자가 포함된 문서 검색 예) semi*
"" 따옴표 내의 구문과 완전히 일치하는 문서만 검색 예) "Transform and Quantization"
쳇봇 이모티콘
안녕하세요!
ScienceON 챗봇입니다.
궁금한 것은 저에게 물어봐주세요.

논문 상세정보

Diversity of Macromoths (Lepidoptera: Heterocera) in the Poring Hill Dipterocarp Forest, Sabah, Borneo

Journal of asia-pacific entomology v.8 no.1 , 2005년, pp.69 - 79  
Abstract

The diversity and abundance of the macromoths were investigated in a hill dipterocarp forest, Poring, Sabah, using modified Pennsylvanian light traps conducted bimonthly for a total of 24 nights from March through December 1999. The light-traps were set for five continuous nights for every two months during the study period. A total of 1,169 species from 9,624 individuals and 15 families of the macromoths were recorded. The overall species diversity index for the macromoths was found to be extremely high ($348.56{\pm}12.56\;(95\%\;confidence range))$. The hill dipterocarp forest at Poring was characterized by the dominance of Noctuidae and Geometridae and the presence of the single species of the Bornean Brahmaeidae and five rarely encountered species of Saturniidae. The results of this study show that most common species in Poring are Asura sp. (Arctiidae: Lithosiinae), Chamaita trichopteroides Walker (Arctiidae: Lithosiinae), Asura bizonoides Walker (Arctiidae: Lithosiinae) and Heterostegane warreni Prout (Geometridae: Ennominae. These species could be considered as characteristic of the hill dipterocarp macromoth fauna. Twenty-five percent of the total species collected (298 species) are considered as rare species, being represented by single individuals, or singletons. These singletons were highly represented in the Geometridae ($33\%$), followed by Noctuidae ($24\%$) and Lymantriidae ($11\%$). Species diversity of the macromoth in Poring is further discussed.

  

참고문헌 (38)

  1. Barlow, H.S. 1982. An introduction to the moths of South East Asia (with plates by B. DAbrera). Malayan Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur 
  2. Basset, Y. 1997. Species abundance and body size relationship in insect herbivores associated with New Guinea forest trees, with particular reference to insect host-specificity. pp. 237-264, in Canopy arthropods, Eds. N.F. Stork, J. Adis and R.K. Didham. Chapman & Hall, London 
  3. Chey, V.K. 2000. Moth diversity in the tropical rain forest of Lanjak Entimau, Sarawak, Malaysia. Malay. Nat. J. 54: 305-318 
  4. Holloway, J.D. 1983.The moths ofBorneo: family Notodontidae. Malay. Nat. J. 37: 1-107 
  5. Holloway, J.D. 1985b. The moths of Borneo: Family Noctuidae: Subfamilies Euteliinae, Stictopterinae, Plusiinae, Pantheinae. Malay. Nat. J. 38: 157-317 
  6. Holloway, J.D. 1986. The moths of Borneo: key to families: families Cossidae, Metarbelidae, Ratardidae, Dudgeoneidae, Epipyropidae and Limacodidae. Malay. Nat. J. 40: 1-166 
  7. Holloway, J.D. 1987a. Macrolepidoptera diversity in the IndoAustralian tropic: geography, biotopic and toxonomic variations. BioI. J. Linn. Soc. 30: 325-341 
  8. Holloway, J.D. 1987b. The moths of Borneo: Superfamily Bombycoides; families Lasiocampidae, Eupterotidae, Bombycidae, Brahmaeidae, Saturniidae, Sphingidae. Southdene. Kuala Lumpur 
  9. Holloway, J.D. 1997. The moths of Borneo: family Geometridae: Subfamilies Sterrhinae, Larentiinae. Southdene, Kuala Lumpur 
  10. Intachat, J., J.D. Holloway and M.R Speight. 1997. The effects of different forest management practices on geometroid moth populations and their diversity in Peninsular Malaysia. J. Trop. For. Sci. 9: 411-430 
  11. Robinson, G.S., K.R. Tuck and J. Intachat. 1995. Faunal compositionand diversity ofsmaller moths (microlepidoptera and pyraloidea) in Lowland Tropical Rainforest at Temengor, Hulu Perak, Malaysia. Malay. Nat. J. 48: 307-317 
  12. Williams, C.B. 1940. An analysis of four years captures of insects in a light-trap. Trans. R. Entomol. Soc. Land. 90: 227-306 
  13. Holloway, J.D. 1998. The moths of Borneo: families Castniidae, Callidulidae, Drepanidae, Uraniidae. Southdene, Kuala Lumpur 
  14. Lawton, J.H. 1983. Plant architecture and the diversity of phytophygous insects. Annu. Rev. Entomol. 28: 23-29 
  15. Williams, C.B. 1939. An analysis of four years captures of insects in a light-trap. Trans. R. Entomol. Soc. Land. 89: 79-131 
  16. Kitayama, K. 1992. An altitudinal transect study of the vegetation on Mount Kinabalu, Borneo. Veget. 102: 149-171 
  17. Holloway, J.D. 1999.The moths ofBorneo: family Lymantriidae. Southdene, Kuala Lumpur 
  18. Chey, V.K. 1994. Comparison of biodiversity between plantation and natural forests in Sabah using moths as indicators. Chey Voon Khen, Oxford 
  19. Chey, V.K., J.D. Holloway and M.R. Speight. 1997. Diversity of moths in forest plantations and natural forests in Sabah. Bul. Ent. Res. 87: 371-385 
  20. Fisher, R.A., A.S. Corbet and C.S. Williams. 1943. The relation between the number of species and the number of individuals in a random sample of an animal population. J. Anim. Ecol. 12: 42-58?ガ 
  21. Abang, F. and C. Karim. 2000. The larger moths (Lepidoptera: Heterocera) of the Crocker Range National Park, Sabah: A preliminary checklist. pp. 147-156, in A scientific journey through Borneo: the Crocker Range National Park, Sabah: natural ecosystem and species components, Eds. G. Ismail and L. Ali. ASEAN Academic Press, London 
  22. Kareiva, P. 1983. Influence of vegetation texture on herbivore population: resource concentration and herbivore movement. pp. 259-289, in Variable plants and herbivores in nature and manage systems, Eds. R.F. Denno and M.S. McClure. Academic Press, New York 
  23. Southwood, T.R.E., V.K. Brownand and P.M. Reader. 1979. The relationship of plant and insect diversities in succession. BioI. J. Linn. Soc. 12: 327-348 
  24. Brown, V.K. 1991. The effects of changes in habitat structure during succession in terrestrial communities. pp. 141-168 in Habitat structure: the physical arrangement of object in space, Eds. S.S. Bell, E.D. McCoy and H.R. Mushinsky. Chapman & Hall. London 
  25. Holloway, J.D. 1976. Moths of Borneo with special reference to Mount Kinabalu. Malayan Nature Society. Kuala Lumpur 
  26. Holloway, J.D. 1993. The moths of Borneo: family Ennominae. Southdene, Kuala Lumpur 
  27. Holloway, J.D. 1985a. Moths as indicator organisms for categorizing rain forest and monitoring changes and regeneration processes. pp. 235-242, in Tropical rainforest, Eds. A.C. Chadwick and S.L. Sutton. Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society, Leeds 
  28. Barlow, H.S. and L.P Woiwod. 1989. Moth diversity of a tropical forest in Peninsular Malaysia. J. Trop. Ecol. 5: 37-50 
  29. Brower, J.E., J.H. Zar and C.N.V. Ende. 1990. General ecologyWm. C. Brown Publishers. Dubuque 
  30. Holloway, J.D. 1988. The moths of Borneo: family Arctiidae, Subfamilies Syntominae, Euchrominae, Arctiinae, Noctuidae misplaced in Arctiidae (Camptoloma,Aganainae). Southdene, Kuala Lumpur 
  31. Holloway, J.D. 2001. The moths of Borneo: family Arctiidae, subfamily Lithosiinae. Malay. Nat. J. 55: 279-486 
  32. Holloway, J.D. 1984. The larger moths of Gunung Mulu National Park; a preliminary assessment of their distribution, ecology, and potential as environment indicators. Sarawak Mus. J. 30: 149-190 
  33. Holloway, J.D. 1989. The moths of Borneo: family Noctuidae, trifine subfamilies: Noctuinae, Heliothinae, Hadeninae, Acronictinae, Amphipyrinae, Agaristinae. Malay. Nat. J. 42: 57-226 
  34. Holloway, J.D. 1996. The moths of Borneo: family Geometridae: Subfamilies Oenochrominae, Desmobathrinae, Geometrinae, Orthostixinae. Southdene, Kuala Lumpur 
  35. Robinson, G.S. and K.R. Tuck. 1993. Diversity and faunistics of small moths (Microlepidoptera) in Bomean rainforest. Ecol. Entomol. 18: 385-395 
  36. Barlow, H.S. 1988. Forest Lepidoptera. pp. 1-317, in Key environments Malaysia. Pergamon Press, Oxford 
  37. Abang, F. and C. Karim. 1999. Moth diversity in a secondary peat swamp forest in Kota Samarahan, Sarawak, Borneo. pp. 282-289, in Environmental and Renewable Resource, Proceeding of the Malaysian Science and Technology Congress, '99 
  38. Common, I.F.B. 1990. Moths of Australia. Melbourne University Press, Victoria. Australia 

이 논문을 인용한 문헌 (2)

  1. 2009. "" Journal of ecology and field biology : JEFB, 32(2): 129~135 
  2. 2011. "" Journal of asia-pacific entomology, 14(3): 293~298 

원문보기

원문 PDF 다운로드

  • 원문 PDF 정보가 존재하지 않습니다.

원문 URL 링크

원문 PDF 파일 및 링크정보가 존재하지 않을 경우 KISTI DDS 시스템에서 제공하는 원문복사서비스를 사용할 수 있습니다. (원문복사서비스 안내 바로 가기)

상세조회 0건 원문조회 0건

DOI 인용 스타일