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Analysis of Seven Islands with Insect Fauna and Vascular Plant Flora in Gogunsan Archipelago, Korea

Analysis of Seven Islands with Insect Fauna and Vascular Plant Flora in Gogunsan Archipelago, Korea

국립생태원보, (P)2765-2203; (E)2765-2211
2022, v.3 no.1, pp.23-31
https://doi.org/10.22920/PNIE.2022.3.1.23
HwangJeong Ho(Jeong Ho Hwang) (Research and Development Division, National Science Museum)
YimMean-Young(Mean-Young Yim) (Research and Development Division, National Science Museum)
AnSeung-Lak(Seung-Lak An) (Research and Development Division, National Science Museum)
PaekWoon-Kee(Woon-Kee Paek) (Daegu National Science Museum)
LeeWang-Hee(Wang-Hee Lee) (Chungnam National University)
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초록

The analysis of seven islands in Gogunsan archipelago, Korea with insect fauna and vascular plant flora was carried out based on a field survey conducted in May, July, and September. As a result, a total of 2,817 insect individuals including 264 species and 315 taxa of vascular plant were recorded. Bangchukdo the largest island among the seven islands showed the largest number both insect species and plant taxa. The similarity analysis suggested that the nearness of each island strongly affected the insect fauna and vascular plant flora on each island. In addition, there was significant correlation between the areas of each island and the numbers of insect species (Spearman’s correlation coefficient=0.857, P-value=0.014). In the future, the results of this study can be used as data related to island ecology and conservation.

keywords
Archipelago Biodiversity Insect community Plant community Similarity index

Abstract

The analysis of seven islands in Gogunsan archipelago, Korea with insect fauna and vascular plant flora was carried out based on a field survey conducted in May, July, and September. As a result, a total of 2,817 insect individuals including 264 species and 315 taxa of vascular plant were recorded. Bangchukdo the largest island among the seven islands showed the largest number both insect species and plant taxa. The similarity analysis suggested that the nearness of each island strongly affected the insect fauna and vascular plant flora on each island. In addition, there was significant correlation between the areas of each island and the numbers of insect species (Spearman’s correlation coefficient=0.857, P-value=0.014). In the future, the results of this study can be used as data related to island ecology and conservation.

keywords
Archipelago Biodiversity Insect community Plant community Similarity index
투고일Submission Date
2020-10-20
수정일Revised Date
2021-11-29
게재확정일Accepted Date
2020-11-30

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