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STUDI FAUNA TIKUS DAN CECURUT DI DAERAH DITEMUKAN KASUS LEPTOSPIROSIS DI KABUPATEN KLATEN, PROVINSI JAWA TENGAH

Balaba Vol 7, No 2 Des (2011)
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ABSTRACTData obtained from Central Java Health Province Agency showed there were six districts of cities withleptospirosis problem. Leptospirosis cases in Klaten District was third sequence after Semarang City and Demak District.Research that had been done in Klaten focused in Jogonalan Sub district. In 2009-2010 leptospirosis cases found in outsideJogonalan. The aims of this research was to identifying of rats and suncus in leptospirosis area at Klaten district.This research was an observasional research using ecology study. Rat trapped and had been done in this researchfollowed by rat identification.Data were analyzed by simple statistic include tabulating, quantifying, multiplicationpresented in table or graph.Result of this research showed that from three study locations, trap success Kalikotes was showed highest (11,5%),while Wonosari and Gantiwarno was respectively 6,3% and 4,5%. Shanon Wiener Diversity Index was low(<1).Rattus tanezumi was the dominant species.Key words : rat ,suncus, leptospirosis, Klaten

KEANEKARAGAMAN JENIS NYAMUK Anopheles DI DAERAH DENGAN ATAU TANPA KEBUN SALAK DI KABUPATEN BANJARNEGARA

Balaba Edisi 002 No.01/Tahun II Juni 2006
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Anopheles has been known as vectors of malaria and filaria. A research which was aimed to evaluate the diversity of Anopheles mosquitoes at Salak and Non Salak Areas was conducted. This Research located in Banjarnegara Regency which lay in a mountainous in the middle of Central Java (712"- 731 N and 10920"-10945"W). The location was divided into two groups i.e. (1) Kendaga Village (Banjarmangu Subdistrict) representing of Salak area, (2) Badakarya Village (Punggelan Subdistrict) representing Non Salak area. Mosquitoes were collected by landing and resting collection methods. All mosquitoes were anaesthetized with chloroform and identified under microscope. Shanon-Weaver Index and Eveness Index were measured to evaluate the diversity of Anopheles mosquitoes. The results showed there were 6 species of Anopheles from both areas i.e. A. aconitus. A. balabacensis. A. barbirostris. A. kochi. A. vagus and A. maculatus. Result of examination by Independent Sample T-Test indicated that the diversity index value between two areas were not significantly different. Keywords: Anopheles, diversity, salakarea, non salakarea