Fish Caught In Mangrove Forest Ecosystem Maileppet Beach, Mentawai Islands Ikan Yang Tertangkap Di Ekosistem Hutan Mangrove Pantai Maileppet Kepulauan Mentawai

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Title Fish Caught In Mangrove Forest Ecosystem Maileppet Beach, Mentawai Islands Ikan Yang Tertangkap Di Ekosistem Hutan Mangrove Pantai Maileppet Kepulauan Mentawai
 
Creator Aprilius Aldo; Mahasiswa
 
Description ABSTRAK Ekosistem hutan mangrove merupakan habitat yang sangat cocok bagi kelangsungan hidup biotak aquatik,terutama pada ikan. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengindentifikasi dan mendeskripsikan jenis ikan yang tertangkap serta mengetahui faktor fisika kimia perairan. Penelitian ini telah dilakukan pada bulan Juni 2021 di ekosistem hutan mangrove pantai Maileppet Kecamatan Siberut Selatan Kabupaten Kepulauan Mentawai. Metode yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah metode penelitian survey deskriptif. Sampel ikan yang tertangkap pada ke III stasiun termasuk ke dalam 6 ordo, 15 famili dan 21 spesies ikan diantaranya: Herklotsichtys quardimaculatus, Thryssa baelama, Upeneus vittatus, Sardinella fimbriata, Terapon jarbua, Caranx sexfasciatus, Leiognathus equulus, Scomberoides lysan, Mugil chepalus, Eleuthreronema tetradactylum, Tylosurus crocodilus, Trichiurus lepturus, Stolephorus commersonii, Sillago sihama, Carangoides dinema, Gerres filamentosus, Valamugil Seheli, Equulites stercorarius,Lutjanus decussator, Hypoatherina terminckii, Periopthalmus novemradiatus. Ordo ikan dengan famili terbanyak terdapat pada ordo Perciformes. Jumlah ikan yang tertangkap dengan jumlah terbanyak terdapat pada famili Clupeidae pada genus Herklosichtys dengan spesies Herklosichtys quardimaculatus.   Kata Kunci: Hutan mangrove, biota aquatik, survey deskriptif   ABSTRACT The mangrove forest ecosystem is a very suitable habitat for aquatic biota, especially fish. This study aims to identify and describe the types of fish caught and to determine the physical and chemical factors of the waters. This research was conducted in June 2021 in the coastal mangrove forest ecosystem of Maileppet, South Siberut District, Mentawai Islands Regency. Fish samples caught at all three stations belonged to 6 orders, 15 families, and 21 fish species including: Herklotsichtys quardimaculatus, Thryssa baelama, Upeneus vittatus, Sardinella fimbriata, Terapon jarbua, Caranx sexfasciatus, Leiognathus equulus, Scomberoides lysan, Mugil chepalus, Eleuthreronema tetradactylum, Tylosurus crocodilus, Trichiurus lepturus, Stolephorus commersonii, Sillago sihama, Carangoides dinema, Gerres filamentosus, Valamugil Seheli, Equulites stercorarius,Lutjanus decussator, Hypoatherina terminckii, Periopthalmus novemradiatus. The order of fish with the most families is in the order Perciformes. The highest number of fish caught was in the family Clupeidae in the genus Herklosichtys with  species Herklosichtys quadrimaculatus.   Key words: Mangrove forest, aquatic biota, descriptive survey 
 
Publisher Seminar Nasional Biologi Edukasi 2021
 
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Date 2021-10-14 12:47:15
 
Type Peer-reviewed Paper
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://econference.stkip-pgri-sumbar.ac.id/index.php/NCBE/SemNas-BioEdu-5/paper/view/1469
 
Source Seminar Nasional Biologi Edukasi 2021; SEMINAR NASIONAL BIOLOGI-EDUKASI 5
 
Language en
 
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