COMPOSITION ASSESSMENTUNDERSTORY FLORAOF JABONGA, AGUSAN DELNORTEJONI REY CAMPILAN
• Vegetation has been widely used to describehabitat characteristics, water quality andmake predictions about the presence...
This study sought to:1. Collect, classify, and identify understory plantsof Jabonga, Agusan del Norte.2. Assess the compos...
The study serves asBASELINE information on composition ofunderstory plants in Jabonga, Agusan delNorte.AID to the developi...
RESULT ANALYSISMETRICSMETHODINDICATORSSTUDY UNDERSTORY FLORADIVERSITYTARGET SPECIES FOR CONSERVATIONRARE, ENDEMIC, ENDAGER...
4. RESULTS & DISCUSSIONDATE LOCATIONNO. OFTRANSECT LINENO. OFSTATIONSNO. OFQUADRATS12-MAY-12 ROAD NETWORKS, POB., JABONGA1...
TRANSECT AREASDinarawan (A), Kabugaw (B), Uba (C), Magdagooc (D), Jabonga, Agusan del Norte
POBLACIONDINARAWANKABUGAWMAGDAGOOCUBA
4.1 SPECIES COMPOSITION &RICHNESSAroids, 9Bromeliad, 1Fern Allies, 2Ferns, 12Grasses, 19Herbs, 44Orchids, 2Palms, 4Sapling...
4.1 SPECIES COMPOSITION &RICHNESSFAMILY NO. OF GENERA NO. OF SPECIES DESCRIPTIONMORACEAE 4 18 SAPLINGSEUPHORBIACEAEA 14 18...
ANTIPOLOArtocarpus blancoi (Elmer) Merr.BASIKONGFicus botryocarpa Miq.MALATIBIGFicus sattherthwaitei ElmerMORACEAE
MATANG HIPONBreynia rhamnoides (Retz.) Muell.-Arg.BANATOMallotus philippinensis (Lam).AGIYOYAlchornia rugosa (Lour.) Muell...
TAMBOThysonolaena latifolia (Roxb.Ex Hornem.) HondaBIKALDinochloa acutiflora (Munro) S. DransfPOACEAE
TUBLIDerris elliptica Benth.SMOOTH NARRAPterocarpus indicus Willd. FormaindicusFABACEAE
4.2 ECOLOGICALMEASUREMENTSTRANSECT LINE NO. OF SPECIES NO. OF INDIVIDUALS MOST DOMINANT SPECIES1 83 586 Soleria scribicula...
ARATSoleria scribiculata Nees
PAKONG KALABAWNephrolepsis biserrata (Sw.) Schott
TAGBAKAlpinia elegans (Presl.) K. Schum
KAMARIANG GUBATSelaganilla planna Hieron
01020304050607080901 3 5 7 9 111315171921232527293133353739414345SPECIESNO.NO. OF BELT TRANSECT01020304050601 3 5 7 9 11 1...
01020304050601 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39NO. OF BELT TRANSECT01020304050601 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 ...
01020304050601 3 5 7 9 1113151719212325272931333537394143SPECIESNO.NO. OF BELT TRANSECT01020304050601 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 ...
01020304050601 3 5 7 9 1113151719212325272931333537394143SPECIESNO.NO. OF BELT TRANSECTS051015202530354045501 3 5 7 9 11 1...
0.9630.8870.8970.8710.9410.9290.9000.9210.9380.9320.8930.8200.8400.8600.8800.9000.9200.9400.9600.980T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 T...
55231463622 2383 17410102030405060704.3 ASSESSMENT OFCONSERVATION STATUS
SMOOTH NARRAPterocarpus indicus Willd. Forma indicusCODE: CENA1cdTRANSECT 1 (DINARAWAN)TRANSECT 10 (MAGDAGOOC)
MOLAVEVitex parviflora Juss.CODE: EN A1cd, B2bcTRANSECT 2 (DINARAWAN)TRANSECT 9 (UBA)TRANSECT 10 (MAGDAGOOC)
TINDALOAfzelia rhomboidea (Blanco) Vid.CODE: EN A1cd, B2cTRANSECT 1 (DINARAWAN)TRANSECT 2 (DINARAWAN)
SEVEN VULNERABLE SPECIESElephantopus scaber Linn. (Dila-dila)Dillenia philippinensis Rolfe (Katmon Baging)Dillenia reiffer...
vAglaia luzoniensis (Kuling manok)
5. CONCLUSION &RECOMMENDATION• Nephrolepsis biserrata (Sw.) Schott, Soleriascribiculata Nees, Alpinia zerumbet (Pers.)Burt...
5. CONCLUSION &RECOMMENDATION• Most plants collected are economicallyimportant.• Conservation of the area is of high prior...
COMPOSITION ASSESSMENTU N D E R S T O RY F L O R AOF JABONGA, AGUSAN DELNORTEJONI REY CAMPILAN
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  • Lake Mainit is covered  by different  vegetative groups: grassland, brush land, secondary forest , limestone forest, marshland, riparian and lowland rice paddies. 
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    1. 1. COMPOSITION ASSESSMENTUNDERSTORY FLORAOF JABONGA, AGUSAN DELNORTEJONI REY CAMPILAN
    2. 2. • Vegetation has been widely used to describehabitat characteristics, water quality andmake predictions about the presence andcomposition of the surrounding communities(Appelgren and Mattila, 2005).• Last survey of the vegetation surroundingLake Mainit: PAWB, 1997BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
    3. 3. This study sought to:1. Collect, classify, and identify understory plantsof Jabonga, Agusan del Norte.2. Assess the composition and distribution of theidentified specimen in terms of Density,Relative Density, Frequency, RelativeFrequency, Dominance, Relative Dominance,and Species Diversity.3. Evaluate the conservation status of plantsdocumented.1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
    4. 4. The study serves asBASELINE information on composition ofunderstory plants in Jabonga, Agusan delNorte.AID to the developing core objectives for theconservation monitoring and decision makingof the area.1.2 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
    5. 5. RESULT ANALYSISMETRICSMETHODINDICATORSSTUDY UNDERSTORY FLORADIVERSITYTARGET SPECIES FOR CONSERVATIONRARE, ENDEMIC, ENDAGEREDSPECIESQUADRAT SAMPLINGNo. ofSpeciesSpeciesStatusDATA ANALYSIS & CONSERVATION STATUS ASSESSMENTUNDERSTORY DIVERSITYUNDERSTORY FLORA≤ 3 m (height)QUADRAT METHODAbundance,Frequency, &DominanceSpeciesDiversity
    6. 6. 4. RESULTS & DISCUSSIONDATE LOCATIONNO. OFTRANSECT LINENO. OFSTATIONSNO. OFQUADRATS12-MAY-12 ROAD NETWORKS, POB., JABONGA13-MAY-12DINARAWAN, JABONGA1 20 402 20 4014-MAY-12DINARAWAN, SAN PABLO, JABONGA3 20 404 20 4015-MAY-12KABUGAW, SAN PABLO, JABONGA5 20 406 22 4416-MAY-12UBA, SAN PABLO, JABONGA7 20 408 20 4017-MAY-12 UBA, JABONGA 9 18 4418-MAY-12MAGDAGOOC, JABONGA10 22 4411 15 30406
    7. 7. TRANSECT AREASDinarawan (A), Kabugaw (B), Uba (C), Magdagooc (D), Jabonga, Agusan del Norte
    8. 8. POBLACIONDINARAWANKABUGAWMAGDAGOOCUBA
    9. 9. 4.1 SPECIES COMPOSITION &RICHNESSAroids, 9Bromeliad, 1Fern Allies, 2Ferns, 12Grasses, 19Herbs, 44Orchids, 2Palms, 4Saplings, 93Sedges, 4Shrubs, 36Vines, 53Zingibers, 3Aroids Bromeliad Fern Allies Ferns Grasses Herbs OrchidsPalms Saplings Sedges Shrubs Vines Zingibers• 283 species• 98 families• 198 genera
    10. 10. 4.1 SPECIES COMPOSITION &RICHNESSFAMILY NO. OF GENERA NO. OF SPECIES DESCRIPTIONMORACEAE 4 18 SAPLINGSEUPHORBIACEAEA 14 18 SHRUBSPOACEAE 13 15 GRASSESFABACEAE 8 8 SAPLINGS
    11. 11. ANTIPOLOArtocarpus blancoi (Elmer) Merr.BASIKONGFicus botryocarpa Miq.MALATIBIGFicus sattherthwaitei ElmerMORACEAE
    12. 12. MATANG HIPONBreynia rhamnoides (Retz.) Muell.-Arg.BANATOMallotus philippinensis (Lam).AGIYOYAlchornia rugosa (Lour.) Muell.-ArgEUPHORBIACEAEA
    13. 13. TAMBOThysonolaena latifolia (Roxb.Ex Hornem.) HondaBIKALDinochloa acutiflora (Munro) S. DransfPOACEAE
    14. 14. TUBLIDerris elliptica Benth.SMOOTH NARRAPterocarpus indicus Willd. FormaindicusFABACEAE
    15. 15. 4.2 ECOLOGICALMEASUREMENTSTRANSECT LINE NO. OF SPECIES NO. OF INDIVIDUALS MOST DOMINANT SPECIES1 83 586 Soleria scribiculata Nees2 55 331Nephrolepsis biserrata (Sw.) Schott3 49 662Nephrolepsis biserrata (Sw.) Schott4 55 660Nephrolepsis biserrata (Sw.) Schott5 51 518Nephrolepsis biserrata (Sw.) Schott6 57 565Nephrolepsis biserrata (Sw.) Schott7 48 489Nephrolepsis biserrata (Sw.) Schott8 52 559Nephrolepsis biserrata (Sw.) Schott9 63 503Alpinia zerumbet (Pers.) Burtl. & Smith10 52 843 Nephrolepsis biserrata (Sw.)Schott11 43 315Selaganella planna Hieron
    16. 16. ARATSoleria scribiculata Nees
    17. 17. PAKONG KALABAWNephrolepsis biserrata (Sw.) Schott
    18. 18. TAGBAKAlpinia elegans (Presl.) K. Schum
    19. 19. KAMARIANG GUBATSelaganilla planna Hieron
    20. 20. 01020304050607080901 3 5 7 9 111315171921232527293133353739414345SPECIESNO.NO. OF BELT TRANSECT01020304050601 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39SPECIESNO.NO. OF BELT TRANSECT01020304050601 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39SPECIESNO.NO. OF BELT TRANSECT01020304050601 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39SPECIESNO.NO. OF BELT TRANSECTTRANSECT LINE 1TRANSECT LINE 2TRANSECT LINE 3TRANSECT LINE 4DINARAWAN, JABONGA
    21. 21. 01020304050601 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39NO. OF BELT TRANSECT01020304050601 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39SPECIESNO. NO. OF BELT TRANSECTTRANSECT LINE 5 TRANSECT LINE 6KABUGAW, JABONGA
    22. 22. 01020304050601 3 5 7 9 1113151719212325272931333537394143SPECIESNO.NO. OF BELT TRANSECT01020304050601 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39SPECIESNO.NO. OF BELT TRANSECT0102030405060701 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39SPECIESNO.NO. OF BELT TRANSECTSTRANSECT LINE 7 TRANSECT LINE 8TRANSECT LINE 9UBA, JABONGA
    23. 23. 01020304050601 3 5 7 9 1113151719212325272931333537394143SPECIESNO.NO. OF BELT TRANSECTS051015202530354045501 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29SPECIESNO.NO. OF BELT TRANSECTSTRANSECT LINE 10 TRANSECT LINE 11MAGDAGOOC, JABONGA
    24. 24. 0.9630.8870.8970.8710.9410.9290.9000.9210.9380.9320.8930.8200.8400.8600.8800.9000.9200.9400.9600.980T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 T8 T9 T10 T11SIMPSONS DIVERSITY INDEX4.2 ECOLOGICALMEASUREMENTDINARAWANKABUGAWMAGDAGOOCUBA
    25. 25. 55231463622 2383 17410102030405060704.3 ASSESSMENT OFCONSERVATION STATUS
    26. 26. SMOOTH NARRAPterocarpus indicus Willd. Forma indicusCODE: CENA1cdTRANSECT 1 (DINARAWAN)TRANSECT 10 (MAGDAGOOC)
    27. 27. MOLAVEVitex parviflora Juss.CODE: EN A1cd, B2bcTRANSECT 2 (DINARAWAN)TRANSECT 9 (UBA)TRANSECT 10 (MAGDAGOOC)
    28. 28. TINDALOAfzelia rhomboidea (Blanco) Vid.CODE: EN A1cd, B2cTRANSECT 1 (DINARAWAN)TRANSECT 2 (DINARAWAN)
    29. 29. SEVEN VULNERABLE SPECIESElephantopus scaber Linn. (Dila-dila)Dillenia philippinensis Rolfe (Katmon Baging)Dillenia reifferscheidia Naves (Katmon Kalabaw)Alangium longiflorum Merr. (Malatapay)Mangifera merrillii (Pahong Liitan)Shorea contorta (White Lawaan)Securinega flexousa (Muell,-Arg.) (Anislag)ONE OTHER WILDLIFE SPECIESAglaia luzoniensis (Kuling manok)
    30. 30. vAglaia luzoniensis (Kuling manok)
    31. 31. 5. CONCLUSION &RECOMMENDATION• Nephrolepsis biserrata (Sw.) Schott, Soleriascribiculata Nees, Alpinia zerumbet (Pers.)Burtl. & Smith, & Selaganella planna Hieronare the dominant species in the area.• Predominant families in the area areMoraceae, Euphorbiaceaea, Poaceae, Araceae, and Fabaceaea.• Lowest SDI: 0.871, Highest SDI: 0.963.
    32. 32. 5. CONCLUSION &RECOMMENDATION• Most plants collected are economicallyimportant.• Conservation of the area is of high prioritygiven with its diversity status.• The study
    33. 33. COMPOSITION ASSESSMENTU N D E R S T O RY F L O R AOF JABONGA, AGUSAN DELNORTEJONI REY CAMPILAN

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