KEANEKARAGAMAN LUMUT (BRYOPHITHA) DI UIN SUNAN GUNUNG DJATI BANDUNG KAMPUS 2
Moss is a green plant that serves as an indicator of moist areas, but some types of mosses can grow in dry places. This research was conducted for one month starting from October 23, 2019 to November 23, 2019 at the Islamic University of Sunan Gunung Djati Campus 2 which is an area with quite dry conditions. The purpose of this study was to determine the diversity of mosses in arid regions. The method used in this study was purvosive random sampling which was divided into 4 observation stations. The observations showed the level of diversity of moss was very low, only one species of moss was found, namely Sphaigna sp. The largest average area of moss was found at station 2 with an area of 27.9 m2, while at station 4 no moss was found. Diversity of mosses can be influenced by abiotic factors, such as light intensity, temperature, soil moisture, air humidity, and soil pH. Prevention efforts that can be done is by greening. Trees recommended for greening include mahogany (Switenia mahagoni), pole glodokan (Polyalthia longifolia) and banyan (Ficus benjamina).
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