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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 2, February 2017 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Biodiversity Insects Used Three Traps Of Upland Rice Fields In Simalungun District,

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Ameilia Zuliyanti Siregar, Indra R Matondang



fish farming, insects, traps, upland, ricefield, Simalungun, Northern Sumatra, Indonesia



Rice and fish are the main food source for the peoples of Indonesia, especially in Northern Sumatra. This research was done to determine biodiversity insects used by purposive random sampling from March until July 2016 which 3 traps (yellow trap, sweeping net, and core sampler) repeated five times in control and fish farming sites in Purwosari village, Pematang Bandar, Simalungun District, Northern Sumatra, Indonesia. The results showed the insects were caught on land fish-rice farming consist of 9 orders, 40 families and 42 species, 2028 individuals identified. From the research, the fish farming has been done obtained the highest number of individuals insects caught used yellow trap are 1111 individuals, followed by sweep net (800 individuals) and the lower used the core sampler (117 individuals). Meanwhile, 1288 individuals are highest of insects collected use by yellow trap, followed by Sweep net (704 individuals) and Core sampler (137 individuals). The value of species richness in rice-fish farming 5.384 (index Margalef) and 0.932 (index Menhinick) more than a value of species richness in control 5.089 (index Margalef) and 0.866 (index Menhinick). The result value Index of Evenness in rice-fish farming 0.80 and control 0.78. The suitable traps for detected of biodiversity insects in paddy plantation and fish farming used the yellow trap..



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