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IJSTR >> Volume 4 - Issue 4, April 2015 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Resource Potential Analysis Of Honey Bee Feed Apis Dorsata In Mountain Tinanggo Kolaka

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AUTHOR(S)

Rosmarlinasiah, Daud Malamassam, Sampe Paembonan, Yusran Yusuf

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: Honeybees; flowering plants; diversity; important value types.

 

ABSTRACT

Abstract: Honey Bees feed in the form of nectar, pollen and water, the bees used to build nests, and establish colonies. A hexagonal honeycomb as a store of honey, pollen and seedlings. If feed honey bees (flower plants) are abundantly available continuously, then the always active bees build nests, and fill each cell nest of honey, pollen, eggs, and other products. The purpose of research is to determine the types of flowering plants as a potential feed honey bees (nectar and pollen). The experiment was conducted at Mount Tinanggo Kolaka Southeast Sulawesi Province which lasted from March 2013 until March 2014. Determined by purposive sample observations based on the location of the nearest and farthest honey, using the method of terraced paths. Samples were placed systematically with the withdrawal of the central point on the tree path beehive, a radius of 700 meters from the center of the North, East, South, and West. Data type of plant, plant density and stem diameter were analyzed to determine the importance value index and diversity index type at the tree level, trees, saplings, and seedlings. Based on the results of the enumeration on the collected research sites by 591 plant specimens were clustered on the tree level 152, level 102 poles, 178 degree and 159 degree stake seedlings. Levels of tree species diversity and relatively abundant mast high, and the level of saplings and seedlings are relatively abundant. The dominant species on the tree level Meranti (Shorea sp) and rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum), levels Holea pole (Cleistantus laevis Hook f) and Kuma (Palaquium obovatum Engl), the level of saplings and seedlings levels Holea (Cleistantus laevis Hook f) and rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum). There are 237 types of flowering plants, averaging 19.75 per month flowering plants and flowering peak was in September.

 

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