DIVERSITY OF FERN AS TOURISM SUPPORT IN OELUAN NATURAL TOURISM FOREST, NORTH CENTER TIMOR

  • Ite Morina Yostianti Tnunay Universitas Timor
  • Dicky Frengky Hanas Universitas Timor
Keywords: Oeluan, Pteridophyta, North Central Timor, Fern

Abstract

Fern (Pteridophyta) is diverse and very easy to find include in Oeluan Natural Tourism Forest. However, this information was very limited even though fern is very potential can be a tourism support in Oeluan Natural Tourism Forest. This research aimed to inventory fern in Oeluan Natural Tourism Forest. The result showed that there are 17 ferns spesies from 8 family, are Aspleniaceae, Davalliaceae, Nephrolepidaceae, Polypodiaceae, Psilotacea, Pteridaceae, Tectariaceae, dan Thelypteridaceae. Polypodiaceae is dominant family in Oeluan Natural Tourism Forest.

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Published
2020-06-13
How to Cite
Tnunay, I., & Hanas, D. (2020). DIVERSITY OF FERN AS TOURISM SUPPORT IN OELUAN NATURAL TOURISM FOREST, NORTH CENTER TIMOR. Jurnal Saintek Lahan Kering, 3(1), 10-12. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.32938/slk.v3i1.1045
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