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A Preliminary Study on Pteridophyte of Lombok: List of the Species Wardani, Wita; Jaenudin, Jaenudin
Proceeding International Conference on Global Resource Conservation Vol 4, No 1: Proceeding of 4th ICGRC 2013
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The last publication on fern of Lombok that was able to be retrieved is written on 1939.  The account, compiled by Dr. O. Posthomus, is listing all fern species recorded in some important herbarium, for Southeast Asia at the time, collected from the Lesser Sunda Islands. Since this publication, we have not found works to renew it. This paper present an update on the list of the pteridophyte species from Lombok, with additional information on the taxonomical status and some of their ecological preferences. Keywords: Lombok, Pteridophyte, updated list
ASPLENIUM TENERUM VAR. PALLIDUM IS THE CORRECT NAME FOR A. THUNBERGII VAR. BELANGERI (ASPLENIACEAE) VELDKAMP, J. F.; WARDANI, WITA
REINWARDTIA Vol 14, No 2 (2015): Vol.14 No.2
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VELDKAMP J. F. & WARDANI, W. 2015. Asplenium tenerum var. pallidum is the correct name for A. thunbergii var. belangeri (Aspleniaceae). Reinwardtia 14(2): 303 - 306. - Asplenium tenerum G. Forst. var. pallidum (Blume) Veldk. & Wardani, comb. nov. (Aspleniaceae), is the correct name for what usually is known as A. thunbergii Kunze var. belangeri (Bory) Kunze. Types are designated.
The new pteridophyte classification and sequence employed in the Herbarium Bogoriense (BO) for Malesian ferns. Wardani, Wita; Hidayat, Arief; Darnaedi, Dedy
REINWARDTIA Vol 13, No 4 (2012): Vol. 13 no. 4
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BO followed sequences written in the first Flora Malesiana series II for Malesian fern specimen arrangement and flora listing, which then  updated as revision for pteridophyte families done successively.  However, the sequence in this incomplete flora to some extent is problematic. Recent advancement in pteridophyte classification is available and expected to stabilize delimitation of families and genera. The paper reviews the two sequences and presents a consensus for specimen arrangement and flora listing of Malesian fern.
KAJIAN POTENSI PRODUKSI AKAR ADVENTIF PAKIS POHON Cyathea contaminans (CYATHEACEAE) DI JAWA BARAT DAN SUMATERA UTARA Wardani, Wita
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 17, No 3 (2018)
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Study on production potential of adventitious root of the scaly tree fern Cyathea contaminans was conducted in six locations in West Java and North Sumatra using 20 m x 50 m sampling plot. Data recorded in the study consisted of population density, individual heights and diameter, volume of adventitious roots and environmental factors. The highest population density was found in a population that consisted of saplings with the height of less than 2 m tall. While population with adult plants has the density of 26–36 individual/100 m2. The wighest average volume of adventitious root per individuals was found in a population that dominated by adult stands and lies on a gentle slope at 108,760.70 cm3/individuals, while the lowest was in a population that consisted of saplings. The result statistical analysis showed that production of adventitious root were significantly different in different habitat. Moreover, there was positive correlation between trunk diameter and individual height with the volume of adventitious root, and between the diameter with individual height.
CHECKLIST OF PTERIDOPHYTE FLORA OF ENGGANO ISLAND Wardani, Wita; Adjie, Bayu
Floribunda Vol 5, No 6 (2017)
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Wita Wardani & Bayu Adjie. 2017. Daftar Jenis-jenis Pteridofita dari Pulau Enggano. Floribunda 5(6): 209–219. — Daftar 61 jenis paku-pakuan dan kerabat paku dilaporkan untuk pertama kalinya. Seluruh jenis yang terdaftar merupakan jenis-jenis yang tersebar luas. Luas dan jarak Pulau Enggano dari Sumatra tidak memungkinkan timbulnya keunikan pada keanekaragaman paku-pakuan dan kerabatnya. Satu jenis dinilai sebagai jenis yang belum lama ternaturalisasi, yakni Adiantum latifolium. Epifit (litofit) menyusun 44% dari daftar ini. Hutan Lindung Koha Buwa-buwa merupakan area penting yang menjadi tempat hidup hampir 50% keanekaragaman paku-pakuan di pulau ini.Kata kunci: Enggano, Keanekaragaman, Koha Buwa-buwa, Paku-pakuan.Wita Wardani & Bayu Adjie. 2017. Checklist of Pteridophyte Flora of Enggano Island. Floribunda 5(6): 209–219. — List of 61 pteridophyte species from the Island of Enggano is presented for the first time. None of these are endemic, all are wide spread species. The size and distance of Enggano from its mainland is insufficient to develop distinctiveness in diversity of pteridophyte. One in the list is believed to be newly naturalized, i.e. Adiantum latifolium. Epiphyte (lithophyte) constitutes 44 % of the list. The protected forest Koha Buwa-buwa is the important area that shelter nearly 50% of total pteridphyte diversity in the island.Keywords: Enggano, Diversity, Koha Buwa-buwa, Pteridophyte. 
ENDEMIC PLANTS OF MT. RINJANI: AN OUTLOOK TO THE CONSERVATION STRATEGY Wardani, Wita; Hidayat, Arief; Tihurua, E F; Kartonegoro, A; Sulistyaningsih, L D; Kuncari, E S; Walujo, E B
Floribunda Vol 4, No 5 (2012)
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Mount Rinjani, lies in the island of Lombok, is believed as the major source of plant diversity in the island today. This is caused primarily by the rapid land conversion on the less steep plains for agricultural industries. Although in sum of less than 50% of the estimated native plant species, the endemic inhabit the mountain area is of important in conservation since very limited information known to these species. At the same time, the habitat is threaten by tourism activities, mainly on the tracks lead to the caldera. There is an urgent need to esta-blish a working conservation strategy to ensure the sustainability of them. In this paper, the occurrence of endemic species based on herbarium records and literatures with the proposed conservation strategy is discussed