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Your Position :Home->Past Journals Catalog->2018 Vol.37 No.5

Effects of Urbanization on Butterfly Diversity of Taizhou
Author of the article:LIN Hongwei, WANG Changjie, YANG Li, ZHAO Danyang, ZHOU Kaile, YING Menghao, PAN Zhixiang*
Author's Workplace:School of Life Sciences, Taizhou University, Taizhou, Zhejiang Province 318000, China
Key Words:urbanization; butterfly; diversity; Taizhou city
Abstract:Butterfly is an important biological indicator for evaluating the impact of the urbanization on biodiversity. Urbanization is increasing in Taizhou city. However, the impact of urbanization on butterfly diversity has not been evaluated. From April to September in 2017, 6 line-transects in 3 different urbanized regions were selected according to the urbanization gradient, and line-transect method was taken for the butterfly survey; meanwhile, statistical analysis was employed to evaluate the effects of urbanization on the butterfly diversity of Taizhou city. The results showed that 142 species of butterflies, belonging to 85 genera and 5 families, were investigated, and Pieris rapae was the dominant species. The Margalef richness index, Shannon-Wiener diversity index, Pielou evenness index and Simpson dominance index of these butterflies were ranked as rural > suburb > urban, and the differences were significant. Significant differences were detected in the number of families, genera and species among 3 different urbanized regions; but there was no significant difference between the 2 line-transects of the same region. In individual level, significant differences were observed between the rural line-transect 1 (V1) and the urban line-transect 1 (U1), V1 and U2, and V2 and U1. It is concluded that urbanization has negative effect on the number of species and the individuals of butterfly in Taizhou city, and the number of butterfly in the upper species level is suitable for evaluating urbanization in Taizhou city.
2018,37(5): 541-547 收稿日期:2018-03-31
DOI:10.11984/j.issn.1000-7083.20180111
分类号:Q969.42
基金项目:2017年浙江省大学生科技创新活动计划暨新苗人才计划项目(2017R430013);2017年大学生创新创业训练计划项目(2017022);生态环境部生物多样性保护专项资助项目(浙江仙居样区)(H2017-040)
作者简介:林宏伟(1998-),男,本科生,E-mail:844435190@qq.com
*通讯作者:潘志祥,E-mail:pzx1118@hotmail.com
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