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    • Jerome A. Gonzales BS Biology 2 Julius M. Manolong BS Biology ES 2 Butterflies Population in USC Talamban Campus and their Corresponding Food Plants
    • Rationale
      • There are around 32 species of butterflies in the campus.
      • To locate the food plants of the butterflies around USC-TC
      • Know the effects of on-going constructions.
    • Methodology Collection of Secondary Data from Mr. Antonio Tambuli Retrieving a map of USC- TC from WRC (Water Resources Center) Ground Truthing Around USC-TC; GPS Learning Arcview in making maps Incorporation of data from Secondary Source (papers from Mr. Tambuli) and data from Ground Truthing into Arcview and producing a map that shows the distribution of butterflies and their food plant in USC-TC
    • Results & Discussion Fig. 1 Distribution of 6 families of butterflies in USC-TC
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    • Conclusion
      • Ongoing constructions inside the premises has greatly affected the food plants of certain butterflies.
      • Butterfly sanctuary is indeed a helpful project in the preservation of butterflies.
    • Acknowledgment
      • Sincere gratitude to;
      • Mr. Antonio Tambuli- for the help and support during the study.
      • Mercedeth Suazo and Glomar Chavarria- for accompanying the researchers.