Characters of Epiphyte and Terrestrial Orchids Habitats in Kantumilena Village, Yokari District, Jayapura Regency

  • MONIKA DEMENA Program Pendidikan Biologi, Jurusan Pendidikan Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam, Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Cenderawasih
  • EDOWARD KRISSON RAUNSAY Program Pendidikan Biologi, Jurusan Pendidikan Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam, Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Cenderawasih
  • VERENA AGUSTINI Program Studi Biologi, Fakultas Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam Universitas Cenderawasih

Abstract

Orchids can grow in almost all habitats like the ground (terrestrial) and trees/wood (epiphytic). This study aimed at identifying types of epiphytic and terrestrial orchids and their morphological characters. The data collection was performed through observation, survey, documentation, and literature review which were then analyzed through a descriptive quantitative approach. Types of orchids growing in the forest in Kantumilena Village were epiphytic and terrestrial orchids consisting of 10 clans and 20 types. Epiphyte orchids there had 16 types namely Calanthe triplicate (Willemet) Ames, Spathoglottis plicata (Blume), Spathoglottis plicata var alba Blume and Spathoglotis pulchra Schltr. While terrestrial orchids growing in the site consisted of 16 types including Agrostophyllum sp1, Agrostophyllum sp2, Cadetia wariana, Bulbophyllum sp1, Bulbophyllum sp2, Coelogyne Sp1, Coelogyne beccarii (Rchb.f), Dendrobium sp1, Dendrobium sp2, Dendrobium sp3, Dendrobium sp4, Dendrobium spectabile (Blume), Dendrobium lineale Rolfe and Dendrobium controides (T.E.Hunt). The habitats of orchids found in the research site were tree (as host) and ground.

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.

References

Agustini V, Sufaati S, Suharno. 2012. Keragaman jenis anggrek di kawasan hutan distrik Oksibil, Pegunungan Bintang, Papua. Jurnal Biologi Papua. 4(1): 32-37.

Arkadyah DF, Lita S. 2019. Inventarisasi anggrek terestrial di Taman Nasional Bromo Tengger Semeru Blok Ireng-Ireng Kecamatan Senduro Kabupaten Lumajang. Plantropica Jurnal of Agriculktur Science. 158-166.

Burok HG, Tanjung HR, Warpur M. 2009. Domestikasi anggrek di distrik Merauke Kabupaten Merauke Papua. Jurnal Biologi Papua. 1(1): 30-35.

Dewi AL, Widji S. 2011. Inventory and habitat study of orchids species in Lamedai Nature. Biodiversitas. 22-33.

Dressler RL. 1993. Phylogeny and clasification of the orchid family. Published by the Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge.

Gunawan LW. 2007. Budidaya anggrek. Jakarta: Penebar Swadaya.

Hasanuddin H. 2010. Jenis tumbuhan anggrek epifit di Kawasan Cagar Alam.

Ikhwal RA, Dhafin M, Silda TB, Fadli M, Dzaky IW, Intan, NA. dkk. 2019. Keanekaragaman jenis dan sebaran anggrek di Resort Sukaraja Atas, Taman Nasional Bukit Barisan Selatan, Provinsi Lampung. pp. 153-163.

Indra P, Elvi RP, Riza L. 2016. Jenis-jenis anggrek epifit di hutan Bukit Luncit Kecamatan Anjongan Kabupaten Mempawah. Jurnal Protobiont. 5(3): 1-10.

Millar A. 1978. Orchids of New Guinea. United State of America: Timber Press.

O’Byrne P. 1994. Lowland orchids of Papua New Guinea. SNP Publisher, Pty.Ltd.

Schuitmen A, Vogel D. 2016. Retrieved from www. orchidsnewguinea .com.

Siregar C. 2008. Exploration and inventory of native orchid germplasm in West Borneo, Indonesia. American Sociaty for Horticultural Science. 43(2): 554-557.

Sutiyoso Y, Sarwono B. 2005. Merawat anggrek. Jakarta: Penebar Swadaya.

Tanjung RH, Suharno, Kalor JD. 2012. Analisis vegetasi dan potensi hutan bukan kayu di kawasan hutan kampung Pagai distrik Airu kabupaten Jayapura Papua. Jurnal Biologi Papua. 4(2): 54-62.

Vermeulen JJ, O'Byrne P. 2011. Bulbophyllum of Sulawesi. Natural History Publications (Borneo). 7: 247.

Vermeulen JJ, O’Byrne P. 2008. Thirty-two new species of Bulbophyllum (Orchidaceae) from Sulawesi. Gardens’ Bulletin Singapore. 60: 73–153.

Vermeulen JJ. 1992. New species of Bulbophyllum, sections Macrouris and Pelma from New Guinea (Orchidaceae). Rheedea. 1-10.

Vermeulen JJ, Anthony L. 2011. Endangered even before formally described: Bulbophyllumkubahensen.sp., a beautiful and assumedly narrowly endemicorchid from Borneo. Plant Syst Evol. 292: 51-53.

Vermeulen JJ, Lamb A. 2008. Fourteen new species of Bulbophyllum from Borneo. Malesian Orchid Journal. 1: 41-70.

Wafom M. 2002. Eksplorasi keragaman anggrek epifit pada pulau-pulau di danau Ayamaru Kabupaten Sorong. [Skripsi]. Universitas Negeri Papua. Manokwari.

Wisnugroho. 1998. Asosiasi antara jenis-jenis anggrek epifit dengan pohon inang pada Kawasan Hutan Wanmori Oransbari Kabupaten Daerah Tingkat II Manokwari. [Skripsi]. Universitas Cenderawasih, Fakultas Pertanian. Manokwari.

Zulkaidhah, Mallombasang SN, Ferdiansah. 2018. Keanekaraagan jenis anggrek alam di desa Lembantongoa kecamatan Palolo kabupaten Sigi. J. ForestSains. 15(2): 58-66.
Published
2020-06-30
How to Cite
MONIKA DEMENA, EDOWARD KRISSON RAUNSAY, & VERENA AGUSTINI. (2020). Characters of Epiphyte and Terrestrial Orchids Habitats in Kantumilena Village, Yokari District, Jayapura Regency. JURNAL KEHUTANAN PAPUASIA, 6(1), 62 - 70. https://doi.org/10.46703/jurnalpapuasia.Vol6.Iss1.198