Category Archives: Forest Ecology

Eucosmine moths (Lepidoptera:Tortricidae) from Khao Yai National Park, Thailand

Eucosmini is the one tribe of micromoths in subfamily Olethreutinae belonging to family Tortricidae. The survey of Eucosmine moths was conducted in Khao Yai National Park during November 2009-October 2010 for the purpose of survey and species identification. Specimens were collected bi-monthly with a 20 watts blacklight and 2X2 m white sheet. The light was operated with 12 volts car ... Read More »

Study of Enarmoniini (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) in Trat Agroforestry Research and Training Station and new records from Thailand

Tribe Enarmoniini is in the subfamily Olethreutinae, family Tortricidae. The objectives of this research are survey and identify species of Enarmonine moths in Agroforestry Research and Training Station at Trat Province. The specimens were collected every 2 months from October 2011- August 2012 by a 20 watts blacklight and white sheet 2×2 m. The light was operated during 6.00 pm ... Read More »

Diversity of Caterpillars (Order Lepidoptera) in Community Forest Development Project of Ang-Et Village

Lepidopteran in Thailand is a highly diverse taxon. However there were few studies on larval stage. Purpose of this research was to investigate the species of caterpillar in Ban Ang-Et community forest, Chantaburi Province. Caterpillars and host plants were collected every 3 months during January– December 2012 from 220 plots in area 160 Rai (256,000 m2). Each plot was 10×10 ... Read More »

Diversity and Ecological Aspects of Hard Ticks (Ixodoidae) in Dry Evergreen Forest at Sakaerat Environmental Research Station, Nakhon Ratchasima Province

This study was carried out at Sakaerat Environmental Research Station at Nakhonratchasima, Province during March 2012 to January 2013. The objectives were to know diversity, evenness, abundance, density and some factors of the hard ticks. Thirty sampling plots of 5×5 m2 in dry evergreen forest were established. The hard tick were collected in plot of 5×5 m2 plot  by dragging ... Read More »

Lichen in Diversity in Plant Communities of Mae Wong National Park

The study on species and quantity of lichens in plant communities at Mae Wong National Park by laying out the survey and data collecting sampling in 4 forest types: lower montane rainforest, dry evergreen forest, mixed deciduous forest and dry deciduous dipterocarp forest. Five sample plots were allocated in each forest type, when field data collection was done during November ... Read More »