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Name: Manuel Tzul

Date: 18/07/16

Student Handout 1B:


Biodiversity Worksheet

Sample Area 1:
Order
Description

Hymenopter
a
Orthoptera

Odonata

Lepidoptera

wasps, ants
and bees)

Number
n/N
of
individual
s (n)
5
5/63

Pi

Pi2

lnPi

Pi ln Pi

0.08

0.0064

-2.52

-0.202

-1.660

-0.315

grasshoppers,
katydids, and
crickets
damselflies
and
dragonflies
butterflies,
moths, and
skippers)
flies

12

12/63

0.19

0.0361

8/63

0.12

0.0168

-0.254
-2.120

9/63

0.14

0.0196

-1.966

-0.275

17

17/63

0.26

0.067

-1.347

-0.350

(beetles

6/63

0.1

0.01

-2.302

-0.230

true bugs

6/63

0.1

0.01

.-2.302

-0.230

Diptera
Coleoptera
Hemiptera

s(number of species) = 7
N(total number of individuals) = 63
(sum) of pi2(n/N)2=
(sum) of pi ln pi= -1.372
H=
D = 1/ () = 1/0.294 = 3.4

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Student Handout 1B:


Biodiversity Worksheet

Sample Area 1:
Order
Description

Hymenopter
a
Orthoptera

Odonata
Lepidoptera

wasps, ants
and bees)

Number
of
individual
s (n)
8

grasshoppers,
katydids, and
crickets
damselflies
and
dragonflies
butterflies,
moths, and
skippers)
flies

10

(beetles

true bugs

13
12
3

Diptera
Coleoptera
Hemiptera

Questions to answer:

n/N

Pi

Pi2

lnPi

Pi ln Pi

1) How does the biodiversity of the two areas compare?

2) Was this what you expected? Why or why not?

3) Are there similarities in biodiversity between the two types of ecosystems?

4) Was this what you expected? Why or why not?