Sebaran Spasial Jejak Aktivitas Babi Hutan (Sus scrofa Linnaeus 1758) di Taman Nasional Gunung Ciremai.
Utami, Friska Mega
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Wild Boar (Sus scrofa) is one of group of mammals which become pests in gardens around the area of Mount Ciremai National Park. The spatial distribution of wild boar activity was determined to find out its distribution and movement in several types of vegetation cover are natural forest, plantation forest, and gardens at Resort Argalingga, SPTN region II Majalengka, Mount Ciremai National Park. The data spatial distribution is retrieved using the technique of indirect observation (Traces), vegetation analyze, and interview. Indirect distribution using strip tansect method. Based on the observations have been found 16 traces in the garden, 98 traces in plantation forest, and 33 traces in natural forest. Hypothesis test results showed that the spatial distribution traces of wild boar activity is influenced by the type of vegetation cover. Wild boar committing several activities are walk, eat, wallowing, sharpening fangs or swipe the body, cover, and dispose of feces. In addition, wild boar proven spread to the gardens for foraging.