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Student Project | Environmental Biology | Philippines | Volume 10 Issue 5, May 2021
Spiders Arachnida Araneae of Two Schools in Valencia City - A Preliminary Survey
Joel T. Nacorda Jr, Ma. Alexa Loisse G. Lanorias, Jasper B. Bascon, Jan Kerlyn G., Cabug Leodegario L. Elona Jr., Dominique Lim Yanez, Alexis Kevin L. Jumao-AS
Abstract: This study was made to differentiate the sizes of spiders in four areas of Central Bukidnon Institute. This study assessed the sizes of spiders in Central Bukidnon Institute, Bagontaas, Valencia City, Bukidnon, and Lilingayon National High School, Lilingayon, Valencia City, Bukidnon Philippines. Specifically, this study aimed to determine the arachnid sizes in the areas of both schools, compare the significant difference of the spider?s sizes. Modified search and hand collecting method was used for samplings and measurement. The results of this study show that Central Bukidnon Institute has smaller numbers of spiders seen in the campus, with smaller sizes than Lilingayon National High School. The average of spider in CBI is much lower than the average spiders seen in LNHS based on the average mean of both schools. The results shows that there is a significant difference of spider?s sizes measured between groups and within groups, significant difference of sizes in both areas except area 3 (back) due to the low average number of spider?s seen in both areas.
Keywords: Spiders, Arachnida, Biodiversity, Modified Search and Hand Collection, Central Bukidnon Institute, Lilingayon National High School
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 5, May 2021,
Pages: 831 - 836
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Joel T. Nacorda Jr, Ma. Alexa Loisse G. Lanorias, Jasper B. Bascon, Jan Kerlyn G., Cabug Leodegario L. Elona Jr., Dominique Lim Yanez, Alexis Kevin L. Jumao-AS, "Spiders Arachnida Araneae of Two Schools in Valencia City - A Preliminary Survey", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR21513193150, Volume 10 Issue 5, May 2021, 831 - 836
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