Keanekaragaman Spesies Kupu-Kupu di Taman Cibodas, Cianjur, Jawa Barat sebagai Sumber Pembelajaran Biologi (The Diversity of Butterfly Species at Cibodas Park, Cianjur, West Java as a Source of Biology Learning)
(1) * Susanti Murwitaningsih   (Biology Education Study Program, University of Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr. Hamka)
(2)  Agus Pambudi Dharma   (Biology Education Study Program, University of Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr. Hamka)
(3)  Depta Depta   (Biology Education Study Program, University of Muhammadiyah Prof. Dr. Hamka)
(4)  Yati Nurlaeni   (Cibodas Botanical Gardens Conservation Center Indonesian Institute of Sciences)
(*) Corresponding Author
Indonesia has many endemic butterfly species and there are about 2,000 species found in
Indonesia from 17,500 species of butterflies in the world. This research was conducted for
five months from January to May 2017 at Cibodas Botanical Garden of Cianjur Regency,
West Java. Technique of taking data is done by butterfly captured directly by insect net
in each observation point. The observation of butterflies in the three locations of Sakura
Park, Guest House and Fountain at Cibodas Botanical Garden found 98 individuals from
21 species consisting of 4 families, among others Papilionidae (4 species), Nymphalidae
(12 species), Pieridae ( 4 species), and Lycaenidae (1 species). At the location of Sakura
Park has the highest index value, among others, the species diversity index (H '= 1.92)
is moderate, the species richness index (R = 3.51), and the dominance index (C = 0.27),
while the species evenness index highest at the Fountain location (E = 0.87). Students
are rarely invited to visit KRC to learn directly.
Species Diversity; Butterfly; Cibodas Botanical Garden; Biology Learning
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