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Population analysis of Nepenthes spp in peat swamp forest was conducted at
Kalampangan, Central Kalimantan on November-December 2007. This place includeÂ to part of one million hectare area of peat land project in 1996 which are planed toÂ convert agricultural land. Peat swamp forest is one of commonly Nepenthes habitatÂ at Kalampangan. One plot (50 x 100 m) was establihed for population analysis study.Â We found 230 individu from three species, that is; Nepenthes ampullaria, N. rafflesianaÂ and N. gracilis. In study site, N. ampullaria is dominant species with Important ValueÂ (IV) is 120,43% and then followed by N. gracilis (IV= 97,30%) and N. rafflesiana (IV=Â 82,27%).
Key Words : Population analysis, Nepenthes, peat swamp forest, Kalampangan,
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