Koraput (coffee)
Basic information
Sample name: Koraput (coffee)

Reference: A. Mahata, K. T. Samal, and S. K. Palita. 2018. Butterfly diversity in agroforestry plantations of Eastern Ghats of southern Odisha, India. Agroforestry Systems 92:1-16 [ER 2783]
Country: India
State: Odisha

Coordinate: 18° 49' 9" N, 82° 40' 58" E
Basis of coordinate: stated in text
Habitat: tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest
Altered habitat: plantation
Substrate: ground surface
MAP: 1521.0
Habitat comments: "Forest cover of Koraput is classified into tropical moist deciduous and
tropical dry deciduous type... Monsoon (July–October) is the most dominating season of the area, with an annual precipitation of 1521 mm. Winter is prolonged from November to March and summer is brief from April to June. The temperature varies from minimum 12°C to maximum 38°C"
Life forms: butterflies
Sampling methods: line transect, butterfly nets, visual
Sample size: 460
Years: 2016
Sampling comments: "Data on butterfly diversity were collected from February to April of 2016. Survey was repeated with 15-day gap, for 6 times in each plantation. Sampling of butterflies were carried out in a total of 18 numbers of 400 m modified Pollard transect walks with a constant space of 60 min for each transect in three plantations. Butterflies were counted within an imaginary box of 2.5 m on each side of the path and 5 m in front and above the observer... Individual butterfly that could not be identified through visual study during transect flight was caught through butterfly net, identified and released. However, most 'Swift' and 'Dart' group of butterflies under Hesperiidae family could not be identified to the genus level were not included in calculation of abundance"
Sample: 3002
Contributor: John Alroy
Enterer: John Alroy
Created: 2018-06-05 19:49:45
Modified: 2018-06-05 19:49:45
Abundance distribution
45 species
9 singletons
total count 460
extrapolated richness: 59.0
Fisher's α: 12.348
geometric series k: 0.9095
Hurlbert's PIE: 0.9274
Shannon's H: 3.0511
Good's u: 0.9805
Each square represents a species. Square sizes are proportional to counts.