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IDENTIFICATION OF FRESHWATER GOBY SPECIES FROM THE BIAK AND KOYOAN RIVERS, LUWUK BANGGAI, CENTRAL SULAWESI Gani, Abdul; Bakri, Achmad Afif; Adriany, Devita Tetra; Nurjirana, Nurjirana; Herjayanto, Muh.; Bungalim, Monicha Indrasari; Ndobe, Samliok; Burhanuddin, Andi Iqbal
Jurnal Ilmu Kelautan SPERMONDE Vol 5, No 2 (2019)
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Sulawesi is an island famous for its biodiversity, including many endemic species. In particular, Sulawesi has the highest number of gobies in the world, including species with potential as food and/or ornamental fishes. The exploration of freshwater ichthyofauna is important in the context of Indonesian and global biodiversity. This research aimed to identify gobies found in the Luwuk Banggai area of Central Sulawesi, as a contribution to the exploration of Indonesian ichthyofaunal biodiversity. Gobies were sampled from January to March 2019 in the Biak and Koyoan Rivers. The sampled fish were measured and identified based on morphological characteristics. A total of 52 specimens were collected, and identified as belonging to 17 species within two families, the Gobiidae and Eleotridae. Gobies from the Koyoan River comprised 32 specimens from 8 species, while 20 specimens belonging to species were found in the Biak River. Only two species were found in both rivers: Stiphodon semoni and Sicyopterus lagocephalus. These results augment the body of knowledge regarding the presence and distribution of gobies in Indonesia
Macrozoobenthic Community in Different Mangrove Condition: Relation with Chemical-Physical Sediment Characteristics Isman, Muhammad; Mashoreng, Supriadi; Werorilangi, Shinta; Isyrini, Rantih; Rastina, Rastina; Faizal, Ahmad; Tahir, Akbar; Burhanuddin, Andi Iqbal
TORANI: Journal of Fisheries and Marine Science VOLUME 1 NOMOR 2, JUNI 2018
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The existence of mangrove in coast areas have both ecologic and physical important functions.  Mangrove is a high productive ecosystem. Litters from fallen leaves and twigs are organic sources for macrozoobenthic life.  The aim of this research was to determine the response of macrozoobenthics on total organic matter content and other chemical-physico characters of sediments due to differences in mangrove conditions. This research was conducted from May to September 2016 in Sub-district of Ampallas, Distric of Mamuju, Province of West Sulawesi, Indonesia. Sediments in 20 cm2 transects were collected using small shovel to obtain the macrozoobenthic samples. The sediments contained macrozoobenthics were sieved using a 1 mm mesh size sieve net. Four sampling sites were chosen, each to represent areas with no mangroves, low, medium, and high densities.  The total of organic matter samples were collected using 2 inch diameter of PVC pipe cores, which were analyzed further using Loss by Ignition method.  Besides total of organic matter, several parameters (i.e. redox potential, sediment pH, salinity, temperature, and dissolved oxygen) were measured.  The results showed that gastropods dominated the existed macrozoobenthics.  Gastropods and oligochaete lived in greater amounts in high mangrove density site with higher organic matter content and fine substrate.Keywords: mangroves, macrozoobenthics, organic matter, Distric of Mamuju 
Perbandingan Karakter Meristik dan Morfometrik Dua Jenis Ikan Lajur Kepala Kecil Eupleurogrammus muticus (Gray, 1831) and E. glossodon (Bleeker, 1860) (Percifomes: Trichiuridae) Burhanuddin, Andi Iqbal; Iwatsuki, Yukio
Biota : Jurnal Ilmiah Ilmu-Ilmu Hayati Vol 11, No 3 (2006): October 2006
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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk membandingkan karakter meristik dan morfometrik antara dua jenis ikan lajur kepala kecil Eupleurogrammus muticus (Gray, 1831) dan E. glossodon (Bleeker, 1860) berdasarkan holotype, syntype dan non-type spesimen. Hasil penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa kedua jenis ikan lajur tersebut dapat dibedakan berdasarkan karakter berturut-turut sebagai berikut: sirip dada pada jenis E. muticus terletak pada posisi sejajar dengan sirip punggung yang ke-17 dan 18 sedangkan pada E. glossodon terletak pada posisi yang ke-11 sampai 13; sirip dubur terletak pada posisi sejajar sirip pungung ke-40 sampai 42 (vs. 33-36); jumlah keseluruhan jari-jari sirip punggung sebanyak 142-148 buah (vs. 131-134); precaudal vertebrae 41-42 buah (vs. 32-36); jumlah total vertebrae 193-194 buah (vs. 160-163); kisaran panjang caudal peduncle 49% - 66% dari panjang tubuh depan dubur (vs. 29-37%). Karakter-karakter tersebut sangat penting untuk dijadikan sebagai dasar pembeda antara kedua jenis ikan lajur kepala kecil, E. muticus dan E. glossodon.
Keragaman jenis ikan di Sungai Maro pada musim peralihan I Elviana, Sisca; Maturbongs, Modesta Ranny; Sunarni, Sunarni; Rani, Chair; Burhanuddin, Andi Iqbal
DEPIK Jurnal Ilmu-Ilmu Perairan, Pesisir dan Perikanan Vol 8, No 2 (2019): August 2019
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Abstract. The river is one of aquatic resource that is rich in organisms, including various types of fish. Maro River  has characteristics of a river that has a wide area of estuary area makes it a fishing area by local fishermen.This study aims to determine the structure of fish communities caught on the Maro River in the transition season I.This research was conducted in April - May 2018 on the Maro River in Merauke Regency.Determination of research stations was chosen based on differences in environmental conditions on the Maro River.Data analysis using ecological index: composition of fish species (P), frequency of occurrence (Fi), species diversity (H '), type uniformity (E) and dominance (D).The results obtained by the composition of fish species found as many as 18 species, of which the species most commonly found in station I were 13 species while the lowest was found in station II as many as 3 species.The highest frequency of acquisition is Kurtus gulliveri which is 100%. The highest percentage of attendance was obtained from the same species at 43%.The poverty index during the first transition season was 2,104, included in the criteria of moderate and medium community.The uniformity index of 0.455 is included in the low uniformity category, meaning that the spread of each type in the community is relatively even.The dominance index value during the first transition season is 0.221, indicating that no type dominates.the ecological index value obtained shows even distribution of fish and no one dominates.Overall the condition of the aquatic environment on the Maro River is still in a good and balanced environment.Keywords: Diversity, the first transition period of monsoon, Maro Rivers Abstrak. Sungai merupakan salah satu perairan yang kaya akan organisme didalamnya. Sungai Maro merupakan salah satu sungai yang ada di Kabupaten Merauke. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui struktur komunitas ikan yang tertangkap di Sungai Maro pada musim peralihan I. Penelitian ini dilaksanakan pada bulan April – Mei 2018 di Sungai Maro Kabupaten Merauke. Penentuan stasiun penelitian dipilih berdasarkan perbedaan kondisi lingkungan di Sungai Maro. Analisis data menggunakan indeks ekologi: komposisi jenis ikan (P), frekuensi keterdapatan (Fi), keanekargaman jenis (H’), keseragaman jenis (E) dan dominansi (D). Hasil penelitian diperoleh 13 jenis. Dari hasil penelitian, komposisi jenis ditemukan sebanyak 18, dimana jenis species yang paling banyak ditemukan pada stasiun 1 sebanyak 13 spesies sedangkan stasiun II ditemukan species paling sedikit yaitu sebanyak 3 species. Frekuensi keterdapatan yang paling tinggi yaitu species Kurtus gulliveri memiliki frekuensi keterdapatan yang paling tinggi yaitu 100%. Presentase kehadiran tertinggi diperoleh adalah jenis ikan kaca (Kurtus gulliveri) sebesar 43%. Indeks keanekargaman selama musim peralihan I sebesar 2,104, termasuk dalam kriteria sedang dan komunitas sedang. Indeks keseragaman sebesar 0,455 termasuk dalam kategori keseragaman rendah, artinya penyebaran individu setiap jenis didalam komunitasnya relatif merata. Indeks dominansi selama musim peralihan I sebesar 0,221, menunjukkan tidak ada jenis yang mendominasi. Indeks keanekaragmannya sedang, dengan indeks dominansi dan indeks keseragamannya rendah menandakan distribusi ikan yang merata dan tidak ada yang mendominasi. Secara keseluruhan kondisi lingkungan perairan pada Sungai Maro masih dalam lingkungan yang baik dan seimbang.Kata Kunci: Struktur komunitas, musim peralihan I, Sungai Maro
Trevally of the Spermonde Archipelago, South Sulawesi Burhanuddin, Andi Iqbal; Erviani, Andi Evi
Jurnal Ilmu Kelautan SPERMONDE Vol 2, No 2 (2016)
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The Carangoidae, popularly known as trevally is a commercially fishes and one of marine resources abundance in water of Indonesia. A study has been carried out to describethe carangoid fishes of the family Carangidae from the Spermonde Archipelago, South Sulawesi and the result will be used as basis for further study especially on bio-diversity monitoring for the area.  This study was conducted from August 2006to November 2015.  Thirty carangoid fishes belonging 13 genera were examined and identified: Alepes, Alectis, Atule, Decapterus, Caranx, Carangoides, Elagatis, Gnathanodon, Megalaspis, Pseudocaranx, Scomberoides, Selar, and Selaroides. The Common name available of each species was given.
Karakter Oseanografi Perairan Makassar Terkait Zona Potensial Penangkapan Ikan Pelagis Kecil pad Musim Timur J, Abd Rasyid; N, Nurjannah; Burhanuddin, Andi Iqbal; Hatta, Muh.
Jurnal IPTEKS Pemanfaatan Sumberdaya Perikanan Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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The availability of fish in the fishing area is influenced by oceanography condition. In Makassar coastal waters, potential area of small pelagic fish is the main information for the fisherman. Purpose of this research is to provide information of oceanographic characteristics which connected with fishing potential area on east season. This research was conducted during May-December 2012, using field and secondary data. Potential area determination was analyzed by using polynomial model. Distribution of oceanographic factors was analyzed by SMS and surfer. Makassar has continent as well as island areas (12 islands). Oceanographic conditions indicate tidal current velocity of 0.08 m/s and ebb currents from 0.05 to 0.30 m/s. Sea surface temperatures in the spring waters east of Makassar were in the range of 26 -31oC. The concentration of chlorophyll-a occurred between 0.0 and 1.0 mg/m3, oceanographic conditions in July and August 2012 are relatively similar. Potential zone for small pelagic fish species in June, July, and August are in the waters around the islands - northern part of the island of Makassar and from the island to Lanyukkang Lumu-Lumu island.   
SINTASAN DAN PERTUMBUHAN TRANSPLANTASI KARANG HIAS ACROPORA SP DI DESA TONYAMAN, KECAMATAN BINUANG, KABUPATEN POLEWALI MANDAR Haris, Abdul; Rani, Chair; Tahir, Akbar; Burhanuddin, Andi Iqbal; Samawi, Muh. Farid; Tambaru, Rahmadi; Werorilangi, Shinta; Arniati, Arniati; Faizal, Ahmad
Jurnal Ilmu Kelautan SPERMONDE Vol 3, No 2 (2017)
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Culture of ornamental corals applying transplantation technique was aimed to know the successful of this transplantation technique in the ornamental coral culture based on its growth and survival rate of various coral fragments. The location of the medium settlement was in the western side of the waters of Tonyaman Village, Binuang Subdistrict, Polewali Mandar Regency with 3-4 meter depth during low tide. One of coral species i.e. Acropora  sp with 48 fragments was put on 4 transplantation tables. During the experiment, cleaning of fungi and biofouling at the transplant tables and the culture tables. Measurements of the absolute growth and survival rate were done at the 21st day using calliphers and numbers of dead and live fragments were counted directly. Coral transplantation workshop for ornamental coral culture was attended by 4 fisherman groups with total 23 participants. This event was understood by the training participants from the seed selection to the monitoring. Number of coral fragment cultured was 48 fragments obtained from one of stony corals (Scleractania), i.e. Acropora  sp. The range of survival rate that has been cultured for 21 days was adequately high i.e. 91.7 – 100 %. The highest survival rate was observed at the transplant table B, i.e. 100%, whereas, the table A, C, and D were 91.7 %. Average absolute growth of the coral Acropora  sp cultured during this study were ranged from 4.2 – 4.9 mm/month. Aaverage absolute growth was found at table transplant B and C, while the lowest value was observed at the transplant table D.Keywords: cultivation, ornamental coral, transplantation technique, Tonyaman
KELIMPAHAN DAN KERAGAMAN JENIS IKAN FAMILI CHAETODONTIDAE BERDASARKAN KONDISI TUTUPAN KARANG HIDUP DI KEPULAUAN SPERMONDE SULAWESI SELATAN Nurjirana, Nurjirana; Burhanuddin, Andi Iqbal
Jurnal Ilmu Kelautan SPERMONDE Vol 3, No 2 (2017)
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The family Chaetodontidae known as butterfly fishes (kepe-kepe) is a species that associated with coral by consumes coral polyp as its feed. This study aimed to determine the abundance and fish diversity of Chaetodontidae and to look the relationship of fish Chaetodontidae abundance with live coral coverage at Spermonde Island. To determines the abundance and fish diversity of Chaetodontidae by using direct census, while to determine the condition of coral reel used line intercept transect (LIT) method. This study was conducted for 6 (six) station at Spermonde Island by collecting data on depth 4 – 6 m with 3 replicate in each station. Result of study found 5 genera and consist of 16 species fishes from family Chaetodontidae. The overall of Chaetodontidae found is 70 Ind/250 m2 with the largest abundance in Kapoposang island (46 Ind/250 m2) and the smallest is Karanrang island (1 Ind/250 m2). Percentage of live coral coverage on research station at Spermonde Island at “good” to “bad” categories highest coral coverage at Badi island (72.6%) and the lowest is Balanglompo island (5%). Fish diversity of Chaetodontidae is high at station that dominated by Acropora coral. Abundance and fish diversity of Chaetodontidae are no relationship significantly on the percentage of live coral coverage of research station at Spermonde Island.Keyword : Chaetodontidae, coral reef, Spermonde.
THE RABBIT-FISHES (SIGANIDAE) OF TOMINI BAY, GORONTALO [Ikan-lkan Beronang (Siganidae) di Teluk Tomini, Gorontalo] Burhanuddin, Andi Iqbal
Jurnal Iktiologi Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2005): Juni 2005
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A study has been carried out to describe the rabbit-fishes of the family Siganidae at Tomini Bay, province of Gorontalo. The study was conducted from 8 to 16 August 2005. Ten species were identified: Sigiwus canaliculntus, S. doliatus, S. fuscescens, S. guttatus, S. javiis. S. lineatus, S. punctntus, S. spinus, S. vermiculntus and S', vulpinus. Description and local name available of each species was given.
THE SNAPPER (LUTJANIDAE) OF SPERMONDE ARCHIPELAGO, SOUTH SULAWESI Burhanuddin, Andi Iqbal; Iwatsuki, Yukio
Jurnal Iktiologi Indonesia Vol 10, No 1 (2010): Juni 2010
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Fish diversity monitoring could be used as a basis for formulating management of the fisheries resources. This study was conducted to describe the snapper of the family Lutjanidae from the Spermonde Archipelago, South Sulawesi. Specimens were collected in Rajawali and Paotere Fish Landing Port Makassar, South Sulawesi from November 2005 to August 2009. The result showed that there was 42 species representing eight genera of family Lutjanidae inhabiting the area were examined and identified: Aphareus furca, A. rutilans, Aprion virescens, Etelis carbunculus, E. radiosus, Lut-janus argentimaculatus, L. bengalensis, L. biguttatus, L. bohar, L. boutton, L. carponotatus, L. decussatus, L. fulvus, L. sebae, L. fulviflamma, L. fuscescens. L. johnii, L. kasmira, L. gibbus, L. lemniscatus, L. lunulatus, L. lutjanus, L. mala-baricus, L. monostigma, L. quinquelineatus, L. rivulatus, L. russelli, L. sebae, L. timorensis, L. vitta, Macolor macularis, M. niger, Paracaesio kusakarii, Pristipomoides argyrogrammicus, P. auricilla, P. filamentosus, P. flavipinnis, P. mul-tidens, P. typus, P. zonatus, Symphorichthys spilurus, S. nematophorus. The local name available of each species was given.