|Gov.Regulation||Decree of the Minister of Forestry No 667/KPTS-II/1995|
|Technical implementation Unit||BKSDA DKI Jakarta|
|Note||Taman Wisata Alam Angke Kapuk is established based on the Decree of the Minister of Forestry Number 667 / KPTS-II / 1995. This area is part of Angke Kapuk Forest area.|
This area is the remnant of Mangrove forest which is relatively better compared to other area in North Beach Jakarta.
|City/Regency||Kodya Jakarta Utara|
|Village||Kelurahan Kamal Utara|
POTENTIAL BIOTIK AREA
|Identification||The original vegetation was the mangrove forest of Java’s northern coast, with considerable species diversity. However, due to the high level of forest degradation in this region, currently only 10% of which is covered by tree-lined vegetation. Most have turned into open swamps overgrown with grasses, reeds (Saccharum spontaneum) and water hyacinth (Eichchornia crassipes). There are about 30 species of plants and 11 of them are tree species.|
The mangrove trees include mangroves (Rhizophora mucronata, R. apiculata), fires (Avicennia spp.), Pidada (Sonneratia caseolaris), and blind wood (Excoecaria agallocha). Several types of mangrove plant associations can also be found in this region such as ketapan (Terminalia catappa) and nipah (Nypa fruticans).
In addition to the above types, there are also several types of trees planted for reforestation. For example, Javanese acid (Tamarindus indica), bintaro (Cerbera manghas), cormis (Acacia auriculiformis), nyamplung (Calophyllum inophyllum), long (Bruguiera gymnorrhiza), and sea waru (Hibiscus tiliaceus).
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|Overview of flora in Jakarta|
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|Identification||Birds: Jakarta Green Monster records all 91 bird species, 28 species of water birds and 63 species of forest birds, living in the region. About 17 species of them are protected bird species.|
Types of birds that often encountered include small pecs (Phalacrocorax niger), cangak (Ardeola spp.), Egrets (Egretta spp.), Kareo rice (Amaurornis phoenicurus), mandar stone (Gallinula chloropus), ordinary paret (Psittacula alexandri ), merbah cerukcuk (Pycnonotos goiavier), striped fan (Rhipidura javanica), sea screws (Gerygone sulphurea) and others. Some of these are typical birds of mangrove forests such as mangrove sweeps (Cyornis rufigastra). In addition, this nature park is home to Javanese (Prinia familiaris). Several species of endemic birds, which exist only on the island of Java. For example Javanese cerimony (Charadrius javanicus) and Javanese lathe (Centropus nigrorufus). Java lathe is known as one of the endangered species in the world, with limited spread in some places. Another endangered bird that inhabits this area is the crane bluwok (Mycteria cinerea). In Java, this type of crane is known only breeds on Rambut Island located not far from Muara Angke.Primates: kra monkeys or commonly called long-tailed monkeys (Macaca fascicularis).Mammals: small-clawed otter (Aonyx cinerea).Reptiles: water lizard (Varanus salvator), python flower (Python reticulatus), Javanese spoon snake alias (Naja sputatrix), wafer (Bungarus fasciatus), rogue snake (Homalopsis buccata), rings (Boiga dendrophila) , snake shoots (Ahaetula prasina) and mangrove snakes (Cerberus rhynchops), crocodile crocodile type (Crocodylus porosus), …
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|Overview of fauna in Jakarta|
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