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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Abundance and Diversity of Mosquito (Anopheles sp) in Malaria Endemic Areas of Ternate Island North Maluku

Herry Djainal, Odi Pinontoan, J. Warouw, L. Mandey

Abstract: Research on the abundance and diversity of Anopheles sp on four different types of ecosystems is a settlement, plantation, scrub and forest have been implemented on Ternate Island which is endemic in Ternate. This study was conducted over 12 months from June 2015 to May 2016. The aims to study of abundance and diversity aspect of Anopheles sp in Ternate Island North Maluku province, on each type of ecosystem. Catching mosquitoes were conducted using a human landing collection from 1800 to 0600 o'clock, four times each month. Result of proportion analysis of mosquitoes Anopheles sp highest in central district of Ternate (31.05%), followed by Ternate Island district (25.78%), North Ternate district (21.88%), and South Ternate district (21.29%). While based on the ecosystem, the highest proportion contained in the settlement (24.48%), followed by shrub (24.98%), gardens (18.62), marshes (16.24%), city park (9.83%) and the lowest in the lake (6, 51%)

Keywords: Anopheles sp, malaria endemic area, abundance, diversity, Ternate Island



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