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INVENTARISASI PALEM DI HUTAN BODOGOL, TAMAN NASIONAL GUNUNG GEDE PANGRANGO Alandana, Imay M; Rustiami, Himmah; Widodo, Pudji
Buletin Kebun Raya Vol 18, No 2 (2015): Buletin Kebun Raya Vol. 18 (2) July 2015
Publisher : Center for Plant Conservation Bogor Botanic Garden, Indonesian Institute of Sciences

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Pada kegiatan inventarisasi palem di Hutan Bodogol, Taman Nasional Gunung Gede Pangrango (TNGP) telah menemukan sebanyak 19 jenis palem yang terdiri atas sembilan marga. Kesembilan belas jenis tersebut adalah dua jenis Arenga, tiga jenis Calamus, dua jenis Caryota, lima jenis Daemonorops, satu jenis Korthalsia, satu jenis Nenga, dua jenis Pinanga, satu jenis Plectocomia dan dua jenis Salacca, dimana satu jenis salak masih belum dapat diidentifikasi. Kajian lebih lanjut diperlukan untuk mengetahui status taksonominya. Kunci identifikasi, sinopsis tiap jenis dan peta persebarannya di Hutan Bodogol disajikan dalam naskah ini.  Adapun status konservasi disertakan dalam tiap jenis.
INDEX REINWARDTIA VOL. 15 RUSTIAMI, HIMMAH
REINWARDTIA Vol 15, No 2 (2016): Vol.15 No.2
Publisher : Research Center for Biology

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A SYNOPSIS OF CALAMUS (ARECACEAE) IN SULAWESI RUSTIAMI, HIMMAH; Henderson, Andrew
REINWARDTIA Vol 16, No 2 (2017): Vol 16 No. 2
Publisher : Research Center for Biology

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RUSTIAMI, H. & HENDERSON, A. 2017. A synopsis of Calamus (Arecaceae) in Sulawesi. Reinwardtia 16 (2): 49-63. - A synopsis of the rattan genus Calamus in the Indonesian island of Sulawesi is given. Twenty-three species are recognized, including two new species that are described and illustrated: Calamus posoanus and C. sandsii. Nomenclature, including designation of 17 lectotypes, is given for each species, as well as notes on distribution, habitat, vernacular names, specimens examined, uses, and systematics.
A PHENETIC STUDY OF THE CALAMUS FLABELLATUS COMPLEX (PALMAE) IN WEST MALESIA SYAM, NASRIANTI; CHIKMAWATI, TATIK; RUSTIAMI, HIMMAH
REINWARDTIA Vol 15, No 1 (2016): Vol.15 No.1
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SYAM, N., CHIKMAWATI, T. & RUSTIAMI, H. 2016. A phenetic study of the Calamus flabellatus complex (Palmae) in West Malesia. Reinwardtia 15(1): 27 - 41. — The number of species within the Calamus flabellatus  complex is still under controversy because the taxonomic status of the species is not yet clear. Morphological observations were conducted on 119 collections of Calamus in the Herbarium Bogoriense (BO) and specimen images from the  Singapore Herbarium (SING) and Kew Herbarium (K). The results showed that C. flabellatus complex (all species related to C. flabellatus)  in West Malesia  consisted of eight  species and two varieties, i.e. C. acuminatus, C. amplijugus, C. congestiflorus, C. corrugatus, C. flabellatus, C. hypertrichosus, C. javensis, and C. ruvidus. They can be distinguished using several characters, i.e. leaf sheath, knee, ocrea, leaves, inflorescence, shape of fruit, number scale of fruit and seed. Calamus flabellatus var. laevibus and C. flabellatus var. congestispinosus are two new proposed varieties. Phenetic analysis of C. flabellatus complex in West Malesia divided all species into two major clusters with similarity coefficient of 46%.
Two new species of Daemonorops from Sulawesi Rustiami, Himmah
REINWARDTIA Vol 13, No 1 (2009): Vol. 13 No. 1
Publisher : Research Center for Biology

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Daemonorops mogeana Rustiami and Daemonorops takanensis Rustiami are described and illustrated for the first time based on specimens collected from Central Sulawesi and South Sulawesi respectively. An identification key of Daemonorops in Sulawesi is constructed in order to differentiate between those two species and other species of Daemonorops in Sulawesi.
INDEX REINWARDTIA VOL. 14 RUSTIAMI, HIMMAH
REINWARDTIA Vol 14, No 2 (2015): Vol.14 No.2
Publisher : Research Center for Biology

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Palem di Taman Nasional Bukit Baka-Bukit Raya, Kalimantan Barat Rustiami, Himmah
JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA Vol 9, No 2 (2013): JURNAL BIOLOGI INDONESIA
Publisher : Perhimpunan Biologi Indonesia

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Field work of palm diversity in Bukit Baka-Bukit Raya National Park had been conducted and revealed 17 species ofpalms, namely Caryota, Iguanura, Licuala, Pinanga, as well as 4 Calamus spp., 5 Daemonorops spp., and 3 Korthalsiaspp. Seven species out of those seventeen species were recorded as endemic in Kalimantan, namely Caryota no,Iguanura macrostachya, Licuala borneensis, Pinanga tomentella, Calamus pogonacanthus, Daemonorops microstachys danDaemonorops sp. 1. Identification key, species description, synonym and other information related to the speciesreported in this paper.Keywords: Palm diversity, Bukit Baka-Bukit Raya National Park, endemic, Kalimantan
KONSEP JENIS PALEM: SEBUAH PENGANTAR Rustiami, Himmah
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 9, No 5 (2009)
Publisher : Research Center for Biology-Indonesian Institute of Sciences

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In recent decade, the needs of clear species concept for constructing monograph became more crucial. Trends on species concept have been more overwhelming nowadays because of the rigorous phylogenetic species concept based on the idea of the smallest unit sexually from a single population or based on the known lineages within taxa in regard with unique characters combination.This paper would like to discuss further how is the palm species concept and their distribution pattern in West Malesia using case study on the Nypa species concept.
KEANEKARAGAMAN SUKU PANDANACEAE DI PEGUNUNGAN SEKITAR DESA SEDOA, KAWASAN TAMAN NASIONAL LORE LINDU KABUPATEN POSO-PROPINSI SULAWESI TENGAH Keim, Ary Prihardhyanto; Rustiami, Himmah
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 8, No 5 (2007)
Publisher : Research Center for Biology-Indonesian Institute of Sciences

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The diversity of the pandan flora from the Lore Lindu National Park has never been reported. Recent floristic study recognised 6 species belonging to Pandanaceae occur in the area. Freycinetia minahassae, F.celebica and Pandanus sarasinorum are the common species found in Sulawesi. Freycinetia oblanceolata and F. polystachya are new records.Freycinetia celebica is rediscovered. The endemic states of F.minahassae and P.sarasinorum are toppled. The extended distribution area of P. gladiator is recorded.
KEANEKARAGAMAN PALEM DI PULAU MENDANAU, BELITUNG Andayani, Deri; Nurtjahya, Eddy; Rustiami, Himmah
BERITA BIOLOGI Vol 17, No 3 (2018)
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The study of palm in the Mendanau Island, Belitung was conducted in March 2017. There were 11 palm genera consisting of 14 species: Areca catechu, Calamus densiflorus, C. erinaceus, C. scipionum, Calamus sp., Caryota mitis, Daemonorops melanochaetes, Eleiodoxa conferta, Metroxylon sagu, Oncosperma tigillarium, Orania sylvicola, Pinanga malaiana, Plectocomia elongata, and Plectocomiopsis geminiflora. Based on the study of specimens deposited at Herbarium Bogoriense (BO), there were only four species recorded from Belitung Island, namely: Calamus erinaceus, C. scipionum, Eleiodoxa conferta, and Plectocomiopsis geminiflora. One species Calamus densiflorus is a new specimen collection for BO.