Philippine Biodiversity Symposium Presentation Abstract Submission Form




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Philippine Biodiversity Symposium

Presentation Abstract Submission Form

Please email completed form to philbiodiversity.symposium@gmail.com on or before 15 December 2013 (for regular presentations) and 15 January 2014 (for high school and undergraduate presentations). Use the subject heading ‘Category’_’First Author’s Surname’ in your email (e.g.: Regular Poster Presentation_Santos)
Category (Please choose the category where you intend to present your paper in):

 High School Oral Presentation

 High School Poster Presentation

 Undergraduate Oral Presentation

 Undergraduate Poster Presentation

 Regular Oral Presentation

 Regular Poster Presentation

 Institutional Poster Presentation




Theme/ topic: (check the closest match)

Taxonomic Group:

 Taxonomy

 Plants

 Phylogenetics and Phylogeography

 Fungi

 Evolution

 Microorganisms

 Biogeography

 Invertebrates

 Wildlife Biology and Ecology

Reptiles and amphibians

 Species Inventory

Mammals

 Wildlife and Protected Area Management

Birds

 Environmental Education

 Fish

 Capacity Building




 Partnerships and Stakeholder Engagement

Ecosystems:

 Distribution Mapping and GIS

Terrestrial

 Climate Change

 Coastal and Marine

 Others:

 Freshwater

      

 Agricultural

      

 Urban

Abstract Title: Habitat and Prey Base Characterization of a Philippine Eagle Nest Site in the Northern Cordillera Range in Calanasan, Apayao


Authors:

Author 1 Full Name: Tatiana Rose C. Abaño Institution: Philippine Eagle Foundation

Institution’s Address: Philippine Eagle Center, Malagos, Baguio District, Davao City

Email Address: tcabano@philippineeaglefoundation.org


Author 2 Full Name: Guiller S. Opiso Institution: Philippine Eagle Foundation

Institution’s Address: Philippine Eagle Center, Malagos, Baguio District, Davao City

Email Address: opisogui@gmail
Author 3 Full Name: Daryl S. Salas Institution: Philippine Eagle Foundation

Institution’s Address: Philippine Eagle Center, Malagos, Baguio District, Davao City

Email Address: biodaryl@gmail.com
Author 4 Full Name: Jayson C. Ibañez Institution: Philippine Eagle Foundation

Institution’s Address: Philippine Eagle Center, Malagos, Baguio District, Davao City

Email Address: ibanez.jayson@gmail.com



If more than 5 authors, please write the name, affiliation and email address of additional author/s below:

     

Is the first author same as the presenting author? Yes  No.

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Abstract (Maximum 250 words, excluding spaces. Abstracts exceeding 250 words will be returned. Keywords are not required).

Assessments of the potential prey base and habitats of Philippine eagles were conducted in a nest site in the Northern Cordillera Range in Calanasan, Apayao Province in May 2013. Prey base characterization consisted of ocular surveys day and night, live-trapping, mist netting, local interviews, opportunistic encounters and documentations of indirect evidences of presence. The nesting site was characterized at the microhabitat and macrohabitat scales. Twenty potential prey species including the northern Luzon giant cloud rat Phloeomys pallidus, civet cat Paradoxurus hermaphroditus, long-tailed macaque Macaca fascicularis, Philippine warty pig Sus philippensis, large Luzon forest rat Bullimus luzonicus, Philippine forest rat Rattus everetti and several others were recorded mostly in the dipterocarp forests. Results of the ocular surveys indicate that medium-sized bats are the most abundant prey followed by the cloud rats, medium-sized rats, owls and snakes. The diversity and abundance of potential prey items indicate that there is indeed available and sufficient prey base for the Philippine eagles in the southern forests of Calanasan. Forty one tree species including A. philippinensis, Syzygium sp, Lithocarpus sp and Myristica sp were found in the montane forests whereas 70 species including Shorea contorta, Shorea sp, Ficus sp, Syzygium sp, Eleaocarpus sp, Lithocaprus sp, Calophyllum sp and Dysoxylum sp were recorded in the dipterocarp forests. These findings indicate that there are indeed numerous large trees in these forests of Calanasan to support the nesting of the eagles and the maintenance of the prey populations in the area.

Philippine Biodiversity Symposium

Presentation Abstract Submission Form

Please email completed form to philbiodiversity.symposium@gmail.com on or before 15 December 2013 (for regular presentations) and 15 January 2014 (for high school and undergraduate presentations). Use the subject heading ‘Category’_’First Author’s Surname’ in your email (e.g.: Regular Poster Presentation_Santos)
Category (Please choose the category where you intend to present your paper in):

 High School Oral Presentation

 High School Poster Presentation

 Undergraduate Oral Presentation

 Undergraduate Poster Presentation

 Regular Oral Presentation

X Regular Poster Presentation

 Institutional Poster Presentation




Theme/ topic: (check the closest match)

Taxonomic Group:

X Taxonomy

 Plants

 Phylogenetics and Phylogeography

 Fungi

 Evolution

 Microorganisms

 Biogeography

X Invertebrates

 Wildlife Biology and Ecology

 Reptiles and amphibians

X Species Inventory

 Mammals

 Wildlife and Protected Area Management

 Birds

 Environmental Education

 Fish

 Capacity Building




 Partnerships and Stakeholder Engagement

Ecosystems:

 Distribution Mapping and GIS

 Terrestrial

 Climate Change

 Coastal and Marine

 Others:

X Freshwater

      

 Agricultural

      

 Urban

Abstract Title: Diversity of Freshwater Gastropods in Lakes Taal, Sampaloc and Laguna de Bay

Authors:

Author 1 Full Name: Ann-Geneve A. Adorable Institution: University of Santo Tomas

Institution’s Address: España Blvd., Sampaloc, Manila 1008

Email Address: geneve.adorable@yahoo.com


Author 2 Full Name: Roberto C. Pagulayan Institution: Angeles University Foundation

Institution’s Address: Angeles City, Pampanga     

Email Address: Roberto_pagulayan@yahoo.com

Author 3 Full Name: Rey Donne S. Papa Institution: University of Santo Tomas

Institution’s Address: España Blvd., Sampaloc, Manila 1008

Email Address: reypaps@yahoo.com


Author 4 Full Name:       Institution:      

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Author 5 Full Name:       Institution:      

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If more than 5 authors, please write the name, affiliation and email address of additional author/s below:

     

Is the first author same as the presenting author? X Yes  No.

If no, name of presenting author:      


Abstract (Maximum 250 words, excluding spaces. Abstracts exceeding 250 words will be returned. Keywords are not required).

 Abstract:    



Gastropods comprise 80% of the species belonging to Phylum Mollusca, making it the most diverse class in the phylum. Of these, freshwater gastropods are the least studied due to the dullness of their physical attributes. This remains to be the case in the Philippines where updates on the biology of freshwater gastropods are lacking. This study aimed to identify and classify the gastropods present in the three major aquaculture lakes in Luzon Is., namely Lakes Taal, Sampaloc, and Laguna de Bay, through thorough examination of their radula, shell, and digestive system. A total of 3, 896 samples were obtained and 17 species were identified inhabiting the three lakes, with Tarebia granifera dominating the three lakes which comprised 35% of the total samples obtained whilethe least observed was a planorbid snail, Indoplanorbis exustus which only comprised 0.02% of the samples. Of the three lakes, Lakes Taal and Sampaloc had more similar values for species diversity compared to Laguna de Bay. Furthermore, this study has been able to establish 9 new records; Tarebia granifera, Thiara winterii, Thiara scabra, Indoplanorbis exustus, Thiara sp., Melanoides maculata, Vivipara burroughiana, Bellamya angularis and Pomacea canaliculata - which includes three non-native species. This study shows how gastropod diversity in these three major lakes have already been impacted by changes in water quality and the introduction of non-native species which may have implications on over-all ecosystem health given the role of gastropods as major prey items, fisheries commodity and as final or intermediate hosts of parasites.

Philippine Biodiversity Symposium

Presentation Abstract Submission Form

Please email completed form to philbiodiversity.symposium@gmail.com on or before 15 December 2013 (for regular presentations) and 15 January 2014 (for high school and undergraduate presentations). Use the subject heading ‘Category’_’First Author’s Surname’ in your email (e.g.: Regular Poster Presentation_Santos)


Category (Please choose the category where you intend to present your paper in):

 High School Oral Presentation

 High School Poster Presentation

 Undergraduate Oral Presentation

 Undergraduate Poster Presentation

 Regular Oral Presentation

 Regular Poster Presentation

 Institutional Poster Presentation




Theme/ topic: (check the closest match)

Taxonomic Group:

 Taxonomy

 Plants

 Phylogenetics and Phylogeography

 Fungi

 Evolution

 Microorganisms

 Biogeography

 Invertebrates

 Wildlife Biology and Ecology

 Reptiles and amphibians

 Species Inventory

Mammals

X Wildlife and Protected Area Management

Birds

 Environmental Education

 Fish

 Capacity Building




X Partnerships and Stakeholder Engagement

Ecosystems:

 Distribution Mapping and GIS

 Terrestrial

 Climate Change

 Coastal and Marine

 Others:

 Freshwater

      

 Agricultural

      

 Urban

Abstract Title: Critical habitat establishment for Rafflesia speciosa in Barbaza, Antique

Authors:

Author 1 Full Name: Alexander A. Alabado Institution: Haribon Foundation

Institution’s Address: 973 Aurora Boulevard, Cubao, Quezon City

Email Address: aquarius_alex15@yahoo.com


Author 2 Full Name: Institution:

Institution’s Address:

Email Address:


If more than 5 authors, please write the name, affiliation and email address of additional author/s below:

     


Is the first author same as the presenting author?  Yes  No.

If no, name of presenting author:      
Abstract (Maximum 250 words, excluding spaces. Abstracts exceeding 250 words will be returned. Keywords are not required).
One critical habitat (CH) has been established in Central Panay Mountain Ranges (CPMR) and in the whole Region 6 through a local government unit (LGU) initiative. The LGU Barbaza has finally approved Municipal Resolution No. 91 series of 2013 declaring portion of Barangays Marigne and San Ramon as a critical habitat for Rafflesia speciosa covering around 15.99 hectares. This resolution does not solely protect the critically endangered Rafflesia speciosa but also protect and conserve other important flora and fauna species in the Key Biodiversity Area (KBA).

Rafflesia is considered as the world's largest flower. It has no stem, no branch, not even leaves. The flower is actually a parasite. It grows within its host the tetrastigma vine.

A survey team was organized by LGU Barbaza to validate the presence of rafflesia in upland barangays of San Ramon and Marigne based on community reports. Results showed that Rafflesia speciosa buds and flowers covered an area of about 15.99 hectares. The entire area is threatened by kaingin, wildlife hunting and perrenial grass fire.

Series of stakeholders’ consultation such as workshops and meetings have been conducted in preparation for the formulation of Critical Habitat Management Plan (CHMP). A CHMP will be jointly developed by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources R6, LGU Barbara and other relevant parties, which would provide direction for its effective and efficient management. CHMP will be enacted as an ordinance by LGU Barbaza to continuously protect and conserve this rare flora species in the world.

Philippine Biodiversity Symposium

Presentation Abstract Submission Form

Please email completed form to philbiodiversity.symposium@gmail.com on or before 15 December 2013 (for regular presentations) and 15 January 2014 (for high school and undergraduate presentations). Use the subject heading ‘Category’_’First Author’s Surname’ in your email (e.g.: Regular Poster Presentation_Santos)
Category (Please choose the category where you intend to present your paper in):

 High School Oral Presentation

 High School Poster Presentation

 Undergraduate Oral Presentation

 Undergraduate Poster Presentation

 Regular Oral Presentation

 Regular Poster Presentation

 Institutional Poster Presentation




Theme/ topic: (check the closest match)

Taxonomic Group:

 Taxonomy

 Plants

 Phylogenetics and Phylogeography

 Fungi

 Evolution

 Microorganisms

 Biogeography

 Invertebrates

 Wildlife Biology and Ecology

 Reptiles and amphibians

 Species Inventory

 Mammals

 Wildlife and Protected Area Management

 Birds

 Environmental Education

 Fish

 Capacity Building




 Partnerships and Stakeholder Engagement

Ecosystems:

 Distribution Mapping and GIS

 Terrestrial

 Climate Change

 Coastal and Marine

 Others:

 Freshwater

      

 Agricultural

      

 Urban

Abstract Title:    Update on Avian Species Accounts of Malagos Watershed  

Authors:

Author 1 Full Name:  Geonyzl L. Alviola    Institution:   Davao Doctors College   

Institution’s Address:  Gen. Malvar, St., Davao City    

Email Address:    HYPERLINK "mailto:geonyzlalviola27@gmail.com"geonyzlalviola27@gmail.com and HYPERLINK "mailto:geongi@yahoo.com"geongi@yahoo.com    


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