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EDITORIAL BOARD ASIAN JOURNAL OF BIODIVERSITY2010

Dr. Lesley C. Lubos Editor-in-Chief Liceo de Cagayan University

Dr. Arvin C. Diesmos National Museum of the Philippines

Dr. Mariano M. Lerin, CPA President, LDCU Chief Executive Officer, AJOB

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Dr. Victor B. Amoroso Central Mindanao University

Dr. Hilly Ann R. Quiaoit Xavier University

Dr. Genaro V. Japos Director, RPO, LDCU Managing Editor, AJOB

Dr. Benito C. Tan National University of Singapore

Mr. Abner A. Bucol Silliman University

Dr. Teresita T. Tumapon VP Academic Affairs, LDCU Copyeditor, AJOB

Mr.Lorimer S. Capinpuyan, MM Comptroller Finance Manager, AJOB

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INTERNATIONAL BOARD OF JUDGES Sujan Maduranga Henkanaththegedara Mrs. Nirmala Joshi (Pradhan) Scientific Officer Section Chief Nepal Flora, Management and Extension, Department of Biological Sciences Department of Plant Resources, North Dakota State University Kathmandu, Nepal Mr. Opeyemi Amusan Dr. Arnil C. Emata Program Director Consultant Federal University of Technology Bureau of Fisheries Akure Agriculture Engineering, Nigeria and Aquatic Resources , Philippines Dr. Gabriela Chavarria-Soley Director/Head, Biology Department Universidad Latina de Costa Rica, Costa Rica Mr. Mauricio Martinez Miramontes Manager, Ecochiapas, Mexico Mexico Dr. Dinh Thanh Sang Tropical Agriculture Institute Agro-Environmental Sciences Kyushu University, Japan Idris Musa Adam Omer Head of the Kadugli Agricultural Research Station Sudan Aggrey Bernard Nyende Institute for Biotechnology Research-JKUAT, Kenya

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Prof. Dr. Hany Youssef Hassan Vice Dean of Community Services and Environment Development Affairs Professor of Animal Medicine Chairman of Animal Medicine Infection Diseases Department Menoufia University Sadat City, Egypt Dr. Suratissa Dissanayake Natural Zoology University of Colombo, Sri Lanka Dr. Mohammad Majdalawi Environmental and Water Economic Faculty of Agriculture University of Jordan, Jordan Dr. Jonathan Chukwujekwu Onyekwelu Associate Professor, Department of Forestry and Wood Technology, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria.

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INSTITUTIONAL AWARDS

Ateneo de Davao University Liceo de Cagayan University PLATINUM PRIZE PLATINUM PRIZE

Cebu Normal University Negros Oriental PLATINUM PRIZE State University GOLD PRIZE

Central Mindanao University Philippine Eagle Foundation PLATINUM PRIZE PLATINUM PRIZE

Davao Doctors College Senckenberg Museum, PLATINUM PRIZE Germany GOLD PRIZE Silliman University Angelo La Consolacion College King Center for Research & of Bacolod Environmental Management SILVER PRIZE PLATINUM PRIZE

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CRITERIA ASIAN BIODIVERSITY RESEARCH EXCELLENCE AWARDS I. General Criteria (70%) A. Originality of research (covering both theories / concepts and methodology) Academic Significance (or impact) – Contribution to knowledge (50%) B. Quality of Publication (s) • Technical quality (conceptual framework, methodology, findings, conclusions) • Clarity of presentation • Thoroughness of documentation • Quality of Journal • Citations (20%) II. Specific Criteria (30%) Relevance / potential impact to the region and the country • Contribution to community / national development • Contribution to global concerns • Contribution to policy development

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PROGRAMME ASIAN JOURNAL OF BIODIVERSITY PROFESSORIAL LECTURES Day 1:10 March, Thursday TV Guesting: ABS-CBN Pamahaw Espesyal AVR 3 (Main Campus) 7:00 am- 8:30 am 8:30 am

Dr. Lesley C. Lubos Dr. Arvin C. Diesmos

Registration Opening Prayer National Anthem Liceo Hymn Welcome Address

Dr. Mariano M. Lerin University President, LDCU

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Dr. Teresita T. Tumapon VPAA, LDCU Dir. Alfonso B. Alamban Director, DOST-10 Dr. Zenaida G. Gersana Director, CHED-10

Introduction of the Keynote Speaker

Dr. Victor B. Amoroso Editorial Board, AJOB Country Coordinator, LTER & DIVERSITAS Central Mindanao University, Musuan, Bukidnon

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Arvin C. Diesmos Researcher, Herpetology Section, Zoology Division National Museum of the Philippines

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Folkloric Dance Troupe

Presentation of the Editorial Board

Mr. Jose Maria Z. Valdehuesa AVP Finance, LDCU

Presentation of Ms. Earth Philippines Northern Mindanao Winners Presentation of the International Board of Judges

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Dr. Lesley C. Lubos Editor in Chief

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PROGRAMME ASIAN JOURNAL OF BIODIVERSITY PROFESSORIAL LECTURES Day 1:10 March, Thursday AVR 3 (Main Campus) Declaration of Winners

Dr. Hilly Ann R. Quiaoit Editorial Board, AJOB VP Research and Social Outreach, Xavier University

Presentation of Awards Asian Awards of Excellence for Biodiversity Research

Dr. Mariano M. Lerin, President LDCU Mr. Ken Abrasado, Clint Kamms Corp, Cebu City Mr. Jose Maria Z. Valdehuesa, AVP Finance, LDCU

Response Speech

Dr. Maria Luisa R. Soliven President, Central Mindanao University

Responses from the International Board of Judges

Dr. Arnil C. Emata International Board of Judges

Oath taking of Officers of BIOTA Liceo Chapter Professorial Lectures of Asian Journal of Biodiversity Winners 10:20-10:40am

Alma B. Mohagan Department of Biology, Central Mindanao University Musuan, Bukidnon, Philippines

Diversity and Status of Butterflies across Vegetation Types of Mt. Hamiguitan, Davao Oriental, Philippines GOLD PRIZE

Colin G. Treadaway Entomologist II, Senckenberg Museum, Germany 10:40-11:00am

Reagan Joseph T. Villanueva Ateneo de Davao University Davao City, Philippines

Diversity and Status of Odonata across Vegetation Types in Mt. Hamiguitan Wildlife Sanctuary, Davao Oriental

Alma B. Mohagan SILVER PRIZE Biology Department, Central Mindanao University, Musuan, Bukidnon, Philippines

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PROGRAMME ASIAN JOURNAL OF BIODIVERSITY PROFESSORIAL LECTURES Day 1:10 March, Thursday AVR 3 (Main Campus) Professorial Lectures of Asian Journal of Biodiversity Winners 11:00-11:20am

Geonyzl L. Alviola Birds of Malagos Watershed, Southeastern Philippines Bernadette I. Del Rosario PLATINUM PRIZE Davao Doctors College, Davao City, Philippines Julie B. Otadoy Ateneo de Davao University, Davao City, Philippines Jayson C. Iba単ez Philippine Eagle Foundation, Davao City, Philippines

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Andrea G. Azuelo Diversity and Ecological status of Bryophytes Lalaine G. Sariana in Mt. Kitanglad, Bukidnon Melanie P. Pabualan PLATINUM PRIZE Central Mindanao University, Musuan, Bukidnon, Philippines

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Lesley C. Lubos Liceo de Cagayan University, Research and Publication Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines

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Species Richness, Distribution, and Status of Mosses in Selected Mountains in Mindanao, Philippines GOLD PRIZE

Abner A. Bucol Checklist of Fishes Found in the Fresh and Brackish Silliman University Waters of Negros and Siquijor, Philippines Angelo King Center for Research and GOLD PRIZE Environmental Management, Dumaguete City Esther E. Carumbana Negros Oriental State University, Dumaguete City

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Abner A. Bucol An Annotated Checklist of Eels in Bago River, Negros Silliman University Occidental, Philippines Angelo King Center for Research and SILVER PRIZE Environmental Management, Dumaguete City

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PROGRAMME ASIAN JOURNAL OF BIODIVERSITY PROFESSORIAL LECTURES Day 1:10 March, Thursday AVR 3 (Main Campus) Professorial Lectures of Asian Journal of Biodiversity Winners 2:20-2:40

Mark Anthony P. Alima Fish Diversity, Ecological Status, and Conservation Jose Hermis P. Patricio measures of the Coastal Waters In Tubay, Agusan Dept. of Environmental Science del Norte, Philippines College of Forestry, PLATINUM PRIZE Central Mindanao University, Musuan, Bukidnon

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Roberto N. Padua Liceo de Cagayan University Dexter S. Ontoy Cebu Normal University Intermission

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The Use of a Kernel Ecological System in a Multi Species Predator-Prey Model and Climate Change Impact on Biodiversity PLATINUM PRIZE Ecology Class

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Mr. and Ms. Biodiversity 2011 Awarding of Winners Master of Ceremonies Mr. Harry R. Marte Instructor, English Department College of Arts & Sciences

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PROGRAMME ASIAN JOURNAL OF BIODIVERSITY PROFESSORIAL LECTURES Day 2: 11 March, Friday AVR 3 (Main Campus) 7:30 am-12:00nn LECTURE ON BIODIVERSITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE 7:30 am – 8:30 am

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Opening Prayer National Anthem Liceo Hymn Welcome Address

Engr. Felix L. Nistal BIOTA – Liceo Chapter President Elect 2011

Introduction of the Speakers

Dr. Genaro V. Japos Research Director, LDCU

Lecture 1 Biodiversity

Dr. Victor B. Amoroso Country Coordinator, LTER & DIVERSITAS Central Mindanao University Musuan, Bukidnon

Lecture 2 Climate Change

Dr. Lesley C. Lubos Ecology Professor and Associate Research Director, LDCU

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Lecture 3 Managing Peoples’ Vulnerability to Climate Change: Implication to Education

Dr. Donna Lou E. Neri College of Nursing, LDCU

Open Forum Distribution of Certificates Closing Song

―Paraiso‖ Master of Ceremonies Engr. Dominic T. Polancos BIOTA-Liceo , Vice President

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ABSTRACTS Diversity and Status of Butterflies across Vegetation Types of Mt. Hamiguitan, Davao Oriental, Philippines Alma B. Mohagan almohagan@gmail.com Department of Biology, Central Mindanao University, Musuan, Bukidnon, Philippines Colin G. Treada way Entomologist II, Senckenberg Museum, Germany

Abstract - An inventory was conducted to determine the diversity and status of butterflies of Mt. Hamiguitan Wildlife Sanctuary,

Davao Oriental, using quadrat method in five vegetation types, namely; agroecosystem (10-400 masl), dipterocarp (500-900 masl), montane (900-1400 masl), mossy (1400-1500 masl) and pygmy (1500-1675 masl). Two 20m x 20m plots were established per vegetation type. These inventory techniques revealed 142 species of butterflies plus one new subspecies described and illustrated. Diversity assessment using Shannon-Weiner index showed high level (4.1) in the Montane forest as compared to other vegetation types. Bray- Curtis similarity index showed low species similarity in pygmy, mossy and agro-montane forests (< 40 %). Furthermore, this study revealed 7 possible new species, 44 endemics: 2 eastern Mindanao endemic (very rare), 4 Mt. Hamiguitan endemic (very rare), 16 Mindanao endemic and 22 Philippine endemic. Seven species are new records in Mindanao. Mt. Hamiguitan Wildlife Sanctuary is the home of diverse and endemic butterfly species.

Keywords - butterflies, species richness, pygmy vegetation types, Mt. Hamiguitan

Diversity and Status of Odonata across Vegetation Types in Mt. Hamiguitan Wildlife Sanctuary, Davao Oriental Joseph Reagan Villanueva josephreagan@gmail.com Ateneo de Davao University Alma B. Mohagan almohagan@gmail.com Biology Department, Central Mindanao University

Abstract - Diversity and status of odonata in Mt. Hamiguitan Wildlife Sanctuary was determined after a year of sampling in five vegetation types: agroecosystem (400 masl), dipterocarp (900 masl), montane (1200 masl), mossy (1400 masl) and pygmy (1600 masl) using 2-Km transect walk sampling to provide information on species richness trend and ecological status of odonata. Study showed 31 species with 94% endemism for damselflies and 33.3% for dragonflies. Species richness and endemism were low in agroecosystem H’=0.631 and 1 endemic; high and increasing in the dipterocarp H’=2.298 and 4 endemic to dense montane forest with H’= 3.056 and 18 endemic; decreasing in mossy H’=2.036 and pygmy H’=1.846. The effects of disturbance on diversity showed highest in agroecosystem (d=83%), mossy and pygmy had intermediate value d=27% and d=24%. Low disturbance was observed in Montane d=10%, dipterocarp d=18.5%. Bray-curtis similarity index for species composition showed four discernible clusters 26 of habitats. Results suggest that odonata has preference for dense forest, undisturbed vegetation, optimum temperature

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Birds of Malagos Watershed, Southeastern Philippines Geonyzl L. Alviola geongi@yahoo.com

Bernadette I. Del Rosario rosebern_99@yahoo.com Davao Doctors College, Davao City, Philippines

Julie B. Otadoy juliebelandres@yahoo.com Ateneo de Davao University, Davao City, Philippines

Jayson C. Iba単ez falcon2car@yahoo.com Philippine Eagle Foundation, Davao City, Philippines

Abstract - Mindanao is considered one of the richest islands in the Philippines, due to high avifaunal biodiversity. Birds play a vital role in determining the condition of certain areas. The study is a morphological assessment of birds in Malagos watershed, Baguio District, Davao City. It sought to identify and classify the birds species; determine the distribution and compare the taxonomic listing of birds with previous avian surveys in the area. Using point count and mist netting effort, 54 species were identified belonging to 27 families. Three (3) new families were added to the list of previous studies. It included twelve Philippine endemic species, seven Mindanao endemic species, 32 resident species and four species of birds assessed as vulnerable and endangered. The area was also 37 considered disturbed because most of the observed birds were usually found in open and cultivated areas. A comparative study of three other avian surveys showed a steady increase in the population from 1994 to 2002 but a decline in the number of avian species was observed in the present study, a negative trend which is associated with habitat destruction and anthropogenic activities. Keywords - biodiversity, birds, Malagos watershed,avifaunal

Diversity and Ecological Status of Bryophytes in Mt. Kitanglad, Bukidnon Andrea G. Azuelo azuelonenecmu@yahoo.com Lalaine G. Sariana lalainesariana@yahoo.com Melanie P. Pabualan melanie_pulvera@yahoo.com Central Mindanao University Musuan, Bukidnon, Philippines

Abstract - The study inventoried and assessed the diversity and ecological status of bryophytes in Mt. Kitanglad Natural Park. Results of the study revealed 428 species of bryophytes. Of these, 70 genera and 29 families are for mosses, while 98 species, 16 genera and 11 families for liverworts. There are 4 species, 2 genera and 1 family for hornworts. The lower montane forest exhibited high diversity and species richness followed by mossy and upper montane forest. However, the mossy forest exhibited the highest bryophyte cover. The species were confined in specific habitats either as epiphytic on tree trunks, soils, thick litters and on rock surfaces. Local assessment revealed 9 endemic species, 8 for mosses and 1 for liverworts; 2 species, Ectropothecium ferrugenium (C. Mull.) Jaeg. and Thuidium benguetense Broth ex. Bartr. were found endemic to the Philippines. Some 46 species might be possibly new. Of these, 43 are for mosses and 3 for liverworts; and 4 possibly endangered belonging to the genus of Dawsonia sp. and Breutelia sp., 141 species were found to be rare and others are widespread. Some 11 medicinal species for mosses and 6 species for the liverworts were recorded. Field guides, checklist and IEC materials were produced as a result of the research investigation. The bryophyte status showed that the variation in structural forms and the niche preferences attributed to their specific and extreme micro habitats such as those dominated by mosses as epiphytic on trunks, decayed logs, and various substrates indicate high in terms of species richness, as such, has provided a taxonomic,

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Species Richness, Distribution, and Status of Mosses in Selected Mountains in Mindanao, Philippines Lesley Casas Lubos Dawsonia@yahoo.com Liceo de Cagayan University, Research and Publication Office Cagayan de Oro City, Mindanao, Philippines

Abstract - The paper determined the species richness, distribution, and status of mosses in selected mountains in Mindanao, Philippines. Field collections of mosses were conducted in Mt. Kalatungan, Bukidnon Province, Mt. Matutum, South Cotabato Province, and Mt. Malambo, Davao Province at 10 meters on each side of the trails using alphataxonomymethod. The mosses were collected, classified, and identified. Its status were also assessed. The study revealed 137 species, 87 genera and 33 families of mosses. Of the 137species, 109 were found in Mt. Kalatungan , 59 in Mt. Matutum. and 20 in Mt. Malambo . Assessment of status of the species revealed 7 species as Philippine record, 37 new to Mindanao, 1 collected only twice, 29 widespread, 12 rare species, and all species collected were new record in terms of locality. Mt. Kalatungan had the highest species richness, followed by Mt. Matutum, and Mt. Malambo had the least number of species. Based on the findings, with the alarming rate of degradation of the mountains which is basically caused by human activities such as land clearing, slash and burn method for expanding crop plantation, urbanization, firewood consumption, over collection of moss plant materials of horticulture, landscaping and other commercial purposes. Some species are epiphytes on tree trunks or branches of live trees while others are on rotten logs, rock surfaces, moist stones along the stream banks and some grow well on soil. Hence, the identified habitats of new records in the Philippines, new to Mindanao, new in terms of locality, widespread, and rare species of mosses should be protected through a strict implementation of the forest laws by concerned authorities. Keywords - Mosses, species richness, distribution, status, Mindanao Island, Philippines

Checklist of Fishes Found in the Fresh and Brackish Waters of Negros and Siquijor, Philippines Abner A. Bucol abs_evodevo@yahoo.com Silliman University Angelo King Center for Research and Environmental Management, Dumaguete City Esther E. Carumbana esthercarumbana@yahoo.com Negros Oriental State University, Dumaguete City

Abstract - A total of 89 species of fish found in fresh and brackish waters belonging to 45 families is known in Negros and Siquijor islands. The most species rich is the Family Gobiidae (13 species) followed by the Family Eleotridae (10 species), Ophichthidae (six species), Cyprinidae (three species), and Poeciliidae (four species). The Families Muraenidae, Ambassidae and Mugilidae are represented by three species each and the Families Plotosidae, Syngnathidae, Terapontidae, Apogonidae, Carangidae, Lutjanidae, and Cichlidae are represented by two species each. The rest of the families are represented by only one species. Most of the species belonging to the Families Poeciliidae, Clariidae, Cyprinidae, and Loricariidae are all introduced species and brought to the

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An Annotated Checklist of Eels in Bago River, Negros Occidental, Philippines Abner A. Bucol abs_evodevo@yahoo.com Silliman University Angelo King Center for Research and Environmental Management, Dumaguete City Carmen C. Menes carmen_menes@yahoo.com Joji D. Linaugo enarlinaugo@yahoo.com La Consolacion College-Bacolod, Bacolod City

Abstract - The eels occurring in Bago River, Negros Occidental, Philippines are briefly annotated. Order Synbranchiformes is represented by the swamp eel Ophisternon bengalense while Anguilliformes (or true-eels) consist of 10 species belonging to four families. Snake-eels (Ophichthidae) consist of seven species while Freshwater Eels (Anguillidae), Spaghetti Eels (Moringuidae), Moray Eels (Muraenidae) are represented by a single species each. Keywords: Eels, river, brackish water, freshwater, Negros Occidental

Fish Diversity, Ecological Status, and Conservation Measures of the Coastal Waters in Tubay, Agusan del Norte, Philippines Mark Anthony P. Alima Jose Hermis P. Patricio sporting_ph@yahoo.com Department of Environmental Science Central Mindanao University

Abstract - This study was conducted primarily to determine fish diversity of the coastal waters of mining areas in Tubay, Agusan del Norte. There were 23 fish species identified belonging to 19 genera and 12 families. Indo-pacific sergeant fish (Abudefduf vaigiensis) was relatively the most abundant in all the three stations comprising more than 25% of the total. Station 1 had the most numerous (556) and diverse (1.969) fish species. There was a significant difference in the number of fish individuals but had no significant difference on species diversity index with respect to sampling stations. Station 2 had the highest species richness index (0.633), while Station 3 had the most even distribution (0.817). Stations 1 and 2 were 77.8% similar. The average water depth, temperature, transparency, pH and salinity were 4.52 meters, 26.53 ยบC, 3.97 meters, 8 and 34.33 ppt, respectively. These all fall within the DENR standards for Class SC water. Keywords - Fish diversity, properties, conservation, coastal waters

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Multi Species Predator-Prey Model and ClimateChange Impact on Biodiversity Roberto N. Padua rnpadua@yahoo.com Liceo de Cagayan University Dexter S. Ontoy dexter_s_ontoy@yahoo.com Cebu Normal University

Abstract - The interaction of multiple species of animals in an ecological system is modeled by first reducing the ecological system to a kernel ecological system consisting of keystone species and top predators in the environment through Graph Theory. From the reduced kernel ecological system of keystone species, a system of Lotka-Volterra differential equations is used to describe the predator-prey relationships that exist. The equations for the number of organism per species were derived and additive environmental stochasticity or noise is added to each equation. The noise is assumed to come from an extreme value distribution or Gumbel distribution to reflect the impact of extreme weather conditions on the population dynamics of the entire ecological system. Results reveal a rich dynamical behavior for the system which otherwise would not have been revealed by straight application of deterministic predator-prey models. Keywords - predator, prey, graph theory, Lotka-Volterra, multi-species model, stochastic model

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EDITORIAL BOARD ASIAN JOURNAL OF BIODIVERSITY2010

L-R: Dr. Lesley C. Lubos (Editor in Chief), Dr. Hilly Ann R. Quiaoit (Associate Editor), Dr. Teresita T. Tumapon (Copy Editor), Mr. Lorimer S. Capinpuyan (Finance Manager), Dr. Mariano M. Lerin, CPA (Chief Executive Officer), Dr. Arvin C. Diesmos (Associate Editor), Dr. Genaro V. Japos (Managing Editor), Mr. Abner A. Bucol (Guest Editor), Dr. Victor B. Amoroso (Associate Editor)

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Butterfly, Odonata and Avifaunal Biodiversity Winners

L-R: Ken Abrasado (Clint Kamms Corp.), Reagan Joseph T. Villanueva - Silver Prize (Ateneo de Davao University), Dr. Alma B. Mohagan - Gold and Silver Prizes (Central Mindanao University) , Dr. Mariano M. Lerin, CPA (President, Liceo), Mr. Jose Ma. Z. Valdehuesa (AVP Finance, Liceo), Dr. Genaro V. Japos (Director, Research and Publication )

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Floral Biodiversity Winners

L-R: Ken Abrasado (Clint Kamms Corp.), Melanie P. Pabualan, Lalaina G. Sariana, Dr. Andrea G. Azuelo - Platinum Prize (Central Mindanao University), Dr. Mariano M. Lerin, CPA (President, Liceo), Jose Ma. Z. Valdehuesa (AVP Finance, Liceo), Dr. Lesley C. Lubos - Gold Prize (Liceo), Dr. Genaro V. Japos (Director, Research and Publication )

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Aqua-Marine Biodiversity Winners

L-R: Ken Abrasado (Clint Kamms Corp.), Mr. Abner A. Bucol - Gold and Silver Prizes (Silliman University), Representatives from La Consolacion College, Bacolod (Dr. Carmen Menes and Joji Linaugo - Silver Prize) , Mark Anthony P. Alima, Jose Hermis P. Patricio - Platinum Prize (Central Mindanao University). Dr. Mariano M. Lerin, CPA (President, Liceo), Jose Ma. Z. Valdehuesa (AVP Finance, Liceo), Dr. Genaro V. Japos (Director, Research and Publication)

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L-R: Ken Abrasado (Clint Kamms Corp.), Dr. Maria Luisa R. Soliven - Platinum Prize for Biodiversity Research Program (President, Central Mindanao University), Dr. Dr. Mariano M. Lerin, CPA (President, Liceo), Jose Ma. Z. Valdehuesa (AVP Finance, Liceo),

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L-R: Ken Abrasado (Clint Kamms Corp.), Dr. Teresita T. Tumapon - Outstanding Editorial Board Performance (Vice President for Academic Affairs, Liceo de Cagayan University), Dr. Dr. Mariano M. Lerin, CPA (President, Liceo), Jose Ma. Z. Valdehuesa (AVP Finance, Liceo),

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L-R: Ken Abrasado (Clint Kamms Corp.), Dr. Natalie Igot (Commission on Higher Education 10), Dr. Dr. Mariano M. Lerin, CPA (President, Liceo), Jose Ma. Z. Valdehuesa (AVP Finance, Liceo),

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L-R: Ken Abrasado (Clint Kamms Corp.), Jacinto C. Taran, Sr. (Department of Science and Technology 10), Dr. Dr. Mariano M. Lerin, CPA (President, Liceo), Jose Ma. Z. Valdehuesa (AVP Finance, Liceo),

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L-R: Engr. Felix L. Nistal (President), Engr. Dominic T. Polancos (Vice President), Ms. Maricasr B. Macalam (Treasurer), Mr,. Carlo M. Acera (PRO), Mr. Christian D. Magdale (College Representative), Dr. Andrea G. Azuelo (Central Mindanao University)

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Dr. Arnil C. Emata, Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Chair, International Board of Judges - Aquamarine Biodiversity

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MS PHILIPPINES EARTH NORTHERN MINDANAO WINNERS

Ms. Deejay S. Valdevieso 2006

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MS PHILIPPINES EARTH NORTHERN MINDANAO WINNERS

Ms. Olive Marie M. Pe Benito 2005

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MS PHILIPPINES EARTH NORTHERN MINDANAO WINNERS

Ms. Deejay S. Valdevieso 2006

Ms. Olive Marie M. Pe Benito

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Ms. Jasmin T. Borja

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MS BIODIVERSITY 2011 CANDIDATES

Joan T. Langub

Lex Fel Joy G. Pinote

April Lynne C. Fernandez

Kimberly R. Veliga単o

Kathleen Kaye R. Lim

Lowella M. Hernandez

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MR BIODIVERSITY 2011 CANDIDATES

Juan B. Galon, Jr.

Hevohito G. Pacana

Jeb Carlo T. Monje

James Anthony G. Gayloa

Hector L. Pahuyo, Jr.

Aron John A. Cuballes

Buen Reuel B. Agum

Ralph Emelion F. Villamil

Francis Manuel V. Bentong

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Marlou Ismael Q. Ignilan

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MR AND MS BIODIVERSITY 2011 WINNERS

Mr. and Ms. Biodiversity 2011

Mr. and Ms. Biodiversity—1st Runner Ups

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Mr. and Ms. Biodiversity—2nd Runner Ups

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MR AND MS BIODIVERSITY 2011 WINNERS

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Plaque Design

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Tarpaulin Design

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List of Administrators 2010 -2011 Top Administrators Dr. Rafaelita P. Pelaez Dr. Mariano M. Lerin , CPA Mr. Alain Marc P. Golez Dr. Teresita T. Tumapon Mr. Fruto M. Teodorico Mr. Rudolf Caesar P. Golez Dr. Jose Vicente N. Noble Mr. Jose Ma. Z. Valdehuesa

Chairman of the Board of Directors President Vice President for Administration Vice President for Academic Affairs Vice President for Finance Vice President for External, Cultural and Alumni Affairs Vice President for Student Personnel Services Assistant Vice President for Finance

Academic Deans / Principals Atty. Ponce Vic M. Ceballos Mrs. Ma. Chona V. Palomares Dr. Teresita T. Tumapon Dr. Martina A. Brobo Dr. Fe. S. Tolibas Atty. Leo Paolo L. Perez Dr. Jose D. Clar Mr. Erwin B. Bucio Dr. Amelda C. Libres Dr. Nimfa R. Lago Dr. Andrew P. Ponte Dr. Estelita G. Dy Mr. Denise O. Orong Engr. Emilio F. Matheu, Jr. Ms. Elvy Q. Malabo Mrs. Joan B. Gallaron Dr. Ma. Fe D. Opina Mrs. Fritzie C. Estoque Ms. Jen Boo

Dean, College of Law Dean, College of Nursing Dean, Graduate Studies Dean, College of Education Dean, College of Arts and Sciences Dean, College of Business and Accountancy Dean, College of Engineering Dean, College of Criminology Dean, College of Medical Laboratory Science Consultant, office of the Dean Dean, College of Pharmacy Dean, College of Information Technology Dean, College of Radiological Technology Dean, College of Physical Therapy Assistant Dean, Graduate Studies OIC Principal, Grade School Principal, High School Consultant, Grade School Director, Liceo Center for Community Development Director, Institute of Short Studies

Academic Department Heads

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Mrs. Sherlita M. Barrun Mrs. Evangeline N. Cabe Dr. Genaro V. Japos Dr. Lesley C. Lubos Dr. Linda L. Mondo単edo

University Registrar Director, Guidance and Placement Office Director, Research and Publication Office Associate Director, Research and Publication Office Director Libraries and IMCs

Non Academic Department Heads Mr. Lorimer S. Capinpuyan Mrs. Ursula I. Trio Mr. Edwin M. delos Santos Mrs. Carmencita C. Jubas Mr. Cecilio P. Tongco, Jr. Engr. Manuel A. Orbeta Engr. Laurence M. Perocho Dr. Rosalina S. Huerbana

Comptroller Finance Officer Internal Audit Head Director, Human Resource Management Center Director, Management Information System Liceo Internet Administrator Publishing Center Administrator Executive Director, SaFer River, Life Saver Foundation, Inc.

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