Yulius Duma
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KERAGAMAN PAKAN TARSIUS (Tarsius wallacei Merker., et al, 2010) di LEBANU, MARAWOLA, SIGI, SULAWESI TENGAH Bumbugan, Nobertus; Annawaty, Annawaty; Duma, Yulius
Biocelebes Vol. 11 No. 2 (2017)
Publisher : Biology Department, Mathematics and natural science, Tadulako University

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Tarsius wallacei is an endemic mammal of Sulawesi published by Merker, et al on 2010. Even though the distributions, vocalizations and morphometric have been studied well, the ecological aspect especially type of feed was not studied whereas the diet information is an important data for conservation of this endemic species. The objective of the study was collect the variety of tarsius?s prey in the wild. A collection of samples has been conducted from February to October 2015 using sweep net, light trap, and hand capture methods. The results of prey collection show that Tarsius wallacei feed on insects. Thirteenspecies were found as a prey of Tarsius wallacei which consists of 10 order, i.e. Orthoptera, Blattodea, Coleoptera, Araneae, Lepidoptera, Hemiptera, Odonata, Isoptera, Hymenoptera and Homoptera. Proximate analysis of the three orders that belong to the group Insecta indicated the Tarsius wallacei probably consume mainly on Orthoptera with the highest protein content, 69.32%, followed by Lepidoptera (66.51%), and Coleoptera (41,98%)
ESTIMASI POPULASI TANGKASI (Tarsius wallacei Merker et al., 2010) DI DESA LEBANU KECAMATAN MARAWOLA KABUPATEN SIGI PROVINSI SULAWESI TENGAH Bethony, Chalvin Rio; Annawaty, Annawaty; Duma, Yulius
Biocelebes Vol. 11 No. 1 (2017)
Publisher : Biology Department, Mathematics and natural science, Tadulako University

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Sulawesi is an island that has high biodiversity. However, utilization of natural resources has been harming habitat of animals. The destructions of their habitat cause some animals become extinct from earth. Tarsius wallacei is one of the primate species from Tarsidae family and is an endemic species of Central Sulawesi region.  This research was done because the status of Tarsius becomes an endangered species. The purpose of this research was to estimate the population of T. wallacei at Lebanu village. This research was conducted during 3 months using Point Count method. The result of this research showed that populations of T. wallacei at Lebanu village are 11 groups and their densities are 0.19 groups/ha.