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International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies

2020, Vol. 7 Issue 2, Part A
Impact of butterfly (Nymphalidae, lycaenidae, hesperiidae, pieridae, papilionidae and ridodinidae) occurrence on the fine ecosystem at La Yaung taw, nay pyi taw union territory
Author(s): Kyaw Lin Maung, Yin Yin Mon, Myat Phyu Khine, Khin Nyein Chan, Aye Phyoe, Aye Thandar Soe, Thae Yu Yu Han and Aye Aye Khai
Abstract: The big community of butterfly species occurrence is related to the sustainable fine ecosystem such as butterfly and host plant interaction, pollination, blossoming, environmental healthy indication, pure pollution, surrounding forest and flowing fresh water. The sign of disappearing butterfly in the environment is refer to the destruction habitats of ecosystem. The occurrence of several butterfly species leading to a fine ecosystem which lacks of constant insecticides application can be predicted. In this research, critical assessments of butterfly species occurrences at La Yaung Taw, Nay Pyi Taw Union Territory from June-November, 2019 were analyzed to evaluate the ecological health indication. Our results show that a total of butterfly 40 species belonging to the 29 genera and 6 families (Nymphalidae, Lycaenidae, Hesperiidae, Pieridae, Papilionidae and Ridodinidae) were observed from June-Novemer, 2019. Among them, the family Nymphalidae is dominant as 47.5% on the butterfly occurrence. Although the local reports recently show that there were destruction habitats of ecosystem in some agricultural sites of Myanmar because of extreme insecticides application, our research revealed that it has a fine ecosystem at La Yaung Taw, Nay Pyi Taw Union Territory by the evidence of several butterfly species occurrence with the high temperature weather condition and large community of living organisms.
Pages: 58-64  |  81 Views  13 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Kyaw Lin Maung, Yin Yin Mon, Myat Phyu Khine, Khin Nyein Chan, Aye Phyoe, Aye Thandar Soe, Thae Yu Yu Han and Aye Aye Khai. Impact of butterfly (Nymphalidae, lycaenidae, hesperiidae, pieridae, papilionidae and ridodinidae) occurrence on the fine ecosystem at La Yaung taw, nay pyi taw union territory. International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies. 2020; 7(2): 58-64.
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