Jurnal Iktiologi Indonesia

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ISSN / EISSN : 1693-0339 / 2579-8634
Published by: Masyarakat Iktiologi Indonesia (10.32491)
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Rosidah Rosidah, Yuniar Mulyani, Fittrie Mellianawaty Pratiwy, Afifah Shabirah, Juli A Sinaga
Jurnal Iktiologi Indonesia, Volume 21, pp 291-304; https://doi.org/10.32491/jii.v21i3.593

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This study aims to find out the right lactic acid bacteria (LAB) isolates to improve the common carp body's immune system against the attack of the Aeromonas hydrophila bacterium. Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) isolates were obtained from the organs of the common carp intestine. The study used a Completely Randomized Design consisting of four treatments and three replications. The treatment used was immersion of test fish for 24 hours in several isolates of LAB with a density of 108 cfu ml-1, namely A: without LAB isolate (control), B: isolate CcB7, C: isolate CcB8, D: isolate CcB15. Immersion is done three times with a frequency of seven days. Parameters observed included clinical symptoms, survival rate, red and white blood cell counts. The results showed the immersion of LAB isolate CcB15, namely Lactobacillus gasseri was most effective for increasing the body's resistance to Common Carp, which was demonstrated by mild clinical symptoms and faster recovery, high fish survival rate (83.33%), and number of cells the highest white blood count of 147,47x103 cell mm-3 (an increase in white blood cells by 38%).
Ira Akhdiana, Muhammad Zairin Jr, Gadis Sri Haryani, Muhammad Agus Suprayudi
Jurnal Iktiologi Indonesia, Volume 21, pp 253-265; https://doi.org/10.32491/jii.v21i3.590

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This study aimed to evaluate the effect of the combination of estradiol-17β hormone and spirulina in feed on blood plasma biochemistry, histology, and gonad development of female bada fish (Rasbora argyrotaenia). The research method were an experimental study using a completely randomized design with four treatment combinations and four replications, namely without the addition of the estradiol-17β hormone and spirulina (P0), the addition of the estradiol-17β hormone at 7 g kg-1 feed (P1), the addition of spirulina at 30 g kg-1 feed (P2) and the addition of the estradiol-17β hormone at 7 g kg-1 feed and spirulina at 30 g kg-1 feed. Female bada fish (4.22±1.28 g) were kept in an aquarium measuring 100x50x50 cm3 with a density of seven individuals per aquarium. Fish were fed the treatment twice daily, with 3% of the biomass for six weeks. The test parameters were estradiol-17β hormone concentration, egg diameter, blood plasma glucose concentration, blood plasma total cholesterol concentration, and gonadal histology observations. The experimental results showed that the concentration of the estradiol-17β hormone in the body plasma of treatments P1 and P3 was statistically significantly different (P0.05) on blood plasma biochemistry and egg diameter of bada fish broodstock. A combination of estradiol-17β hormone and spirulina hormones in the feed resulted in better P1 and P3 treatments with higher plasma concentrations of the estradiol-17β hormone. Observations of gonadal development from histology showed that the bada fish gonads belonged to the asynchronous type.
Kasianus Krisye Firstantha, Tri Rima Setyawati, Riyandi Riyandi, Gema Wahyudewantoro
Jurnal Iktiologi Indonesia, Volume 21, pp 305-319; https://doi.org/10.32491/jii.v21i3.594

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Pipe fish is a type of freshwater fish that has potential as ornamental fish. The research objective was to determine the status and habitat conditions of the Merowi River pipe fish as a member of Syngnathidae. The research was conducted from July to December 2019. The research stations were determined based on differences in existing environmental bases. Sampling had done randomly by using scoop net and umbrella fish trap. The data used include population density, age group,test Chi-Square and Principal Component Analysis (PCA). The results showed that 2 genera consisted of 3 species of pipe fish, as much 248 individu. Doryichthys deokhatoides 26 individu (0.042 Catch/Unit Efort); D. martensii 209 individu (0.34 Catch/Unit Efort); Microphis retzii 13 individu (0.02 Catch/Unit Efort). The length of the pipe fish ranged from 48.1 mm to 87.4 mm, and the ratio of male to female is 1: 1 (balanced). The presence of members of Syngnathidae in the Merowi River was effect by temperature and current velocity.
Mohamad Ayip Firmansyah, Mustahal Mustahal, Mas Bayu Syamsunarno, Muh Herjayanto
Jurnal Iktiologi Indonesia, Volume 21, pp 235-251; https://doi.org/10.32491/jii.v21i3.589

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Oryzias woworae has a beautiful color and has been traded as ornamental fish. This species is an endemic ricefish from Muna Island, Southeast Sulawesi, and is threatened with endangered status. Information on the optimal spawning sex ratio in O. woworae is unknown. This study aimed was to examine the optimization of reproduction based on the sex ratio of male: female broodstock O. woworae involved in spawning. The sex ratio of male: female spawning broodstock used were 1:1, 1:2, 1:3, and 1:4. The male and female brooders used had a total length of 3,1 ± 0,5 cm and 2,5 ± 0,5 cm. After adaptation, the broodstock of O. woworae was put into aquariums according to the treatment, and each container contained three spawning substrates. The harvesting of eggs on the substrate is carried out two times a day. The results showed that spawning O. woworae with a ratio of 1♂: 4♀ produced the lowest number of eggs and was significantly different with ratios of 1♂: 1♀ and 1♂: 2♀ (P0,05). The difference in male and female ratios did not affect the survival rate of O. woworae larvae (P>0,05), with values from 91,9-100%. The highest larvae produced was found in the spawning ratio of 1♂ : 3♀ with 37 larvae but not significantly different from other treatments (P>0,05). The water quality values during the study were temperature 26,5-310C, pH 5,5-8,8, and dissolved oxygen 5,3-6,0 mg L-1. O. woworae broodstock spawning can be optimized with a male to female ratio of 1:3.
Yusup A Jentewo, Roni Bawole, Tresia S Tururaja, Mudjirahayu Mudjirahayu, Zeth Parinding, Hendrikus R Siga, Muhammad Dailami, Abdul Hamid A Toha
Jurnal Iktiologi Indonesia, Volume 21, pp 199-213; https://doi.org/10.32491/jii.v21i3.587

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This study aims to determine the total length and scar condition of the body of whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) in Cendrawasih Bay National Park (TNTC), Papua-Indonesia. Photo-identification was used to identify individuals of the whale shark R. typus based on spot patterns behind the last gill slit of each individual. Photo-identification was also used to determine the scar of the whale shark. The total length of whale sharks were estimated based on the length of a snorkeller (assumed to be 1.6 m) swimming alongside the whale shark. We identified 21 individuals of R. typus. Of these 21 individuals, 14 were new sightings and seven were re-sightings that have been recorded in the previous photo collection database. R. typus ranged in size from 2 to 5 m total length (average 3.78 m, ±0,86, N= 21). Based on their size, all individuals of whale shark were categorized as juvenile. 52% of R. typus identified had scars and 38 % were not and 10% were unknown. The majority of whale sharks had amputation (12 individuals) and abrasion (7 individuals) scars. Scars occurred most often on the caudal fin and dorsal fin, five and four individuals respectively. This information is useful for understanding potential threats and designing better management programmes for R. typus conservation in TNTC.
Surianti Surianti, Hasrianti Hasrianti, Wahyudi Wahyudi, Muh Irwan
Jurnal Iktiologi Indonesia, Volume 21, pp 267-276; https://doi.org/10.32491/jii.v21i3.591

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Tilapia cultivation has the potential to be developed in Indonesia, especially in South Sulawesi. However, the obstacle faced in tilapia cultivation is feed; the price is relatively high because the raw materials are still imported. One of the efforts to overcome dependence on imported feed raw materials is using local raw materials, namely rice bran. This study aims to determine the best type of probiotic in hydrolyzing rice bran flour into artificial feed on survival and conversion ratio of tilapia fish feed. This research was conducted in Sidenreng Rappang Regency. The test animals used were tilapia larvae with an average size of 1.03 g. The maintenance container is a tarpaulin pond with a size of 1 m x 1 m x 1 m filled with 85 L of freshwater. The study was designed using a completely randomized design consisting of four treatments and three replications. The fermenting materials used as treatment were Bacillus sp., Lactobacillus sp., Aspergillus nigers, Yeast (Acetobacter). The test feed was given to 20 tilapia larvae stocked in each container for 60 days of rearing. The survival data and feed conversion ratio for tilapia were analyzed using analysis of variance (ANOVA). The results showed that tilapia fed fermented rice bran feed using the fermenter Lactobacillus sp. had a significant effect on survival (SR) with a value of 85% and the feed conversion ratio (FCR) of tilapia with a value of 2.23.
Yuli Andriani, Zahidah Zahidah, Rosidah Rosidah, Iskandar Iskandar
Jurnal Iktiologi Indonesia, Volume 21, pp 277-290; https://doi.org/10.32491/jii.v21i3.592

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This research aims to determine the effect of fine bubble technology with different pressures on Siamese catfish seed's growth and feed efficiency in an aquaponic system. This research used a completely randomized design with four treatments and three replications. Treatment A (Control), Treatment B (FBs with a pressure of 4.5 atm), Treatment C (FBs with a pressure of 5 atm and treatment D (FBs with a pressure of 5.5 atm). The parameters observed were Specific Growth Rate, Feed Conversion Ratio, water quality (temperature, pH, DO, and ammonia), and plant productivity. The seeds used were catfish seeds aged 16-36 days, 1-2 inches long, and weighed 0.26-0.29 grams. The container used is a fiber tub of 16 units with a size of 70 cm x 70cm x 70 cm. The feed used is commercial feed PF 1000 content crude protein 35%. The data were analyzed using variance with the F test at the 95% confidence level. The best treatment for catfish growth was treatment D (pressure 5.5 atm), which gave the highest SGR value of 7.24 ± 0.5 and FCR value of 1.19 ± 0.09. The value of water quality parameters is in suitable condition for the growth of catfish seed. The best plant productivity was found in treatment D with an average weight of 60.75 g.
Jusmaldi Jusmaldi, Ardana Reswari Dianingrum, Nova Hariani
Jurnal Iktiologi Indonesia, Volume 21, pp 215-233; https://doi.org/10.32491/jii.v21i3.588

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The growth pattern and condition factors of three spots gourami Trichopodus trichopterus (Pallas, 1770) from Lempake Dam, East Kalimantan, are not yet informed. These studies aimed to investigate fishes' length and body weight, sex ratio, length-bodyweight relationships, growth patterns, and condition factors. The collection of fish sampling was carried out monthly from February to May 2020. A total of 912 individual samples of sepat rawa fish were caught by 15 fish traps using a purposive sampling method at three stations. This research showed that the total length of the fishes analyzed ranged from 31.68 to 103.53 mm, while body weight ranged from 1.12 to 7.22 g. The sex ratio in males and females was 1:1.19. The regression model of the length-body weight relationships calculated was W=3x10-5L2.861 for total samples, W=5x10-5L2.710 for males, and W=2x10-5L2.977 for females. The length-body weight was obtained strong relationships in all samples and sexes, with the regression coefficient (r) ranging from 0.965 to 0.977. An isometric growth pattern and the growth coefficient “b”=2.977 was observed in females, while a negative allometric growth pattern in males and both sexes, with the growth coefficient “b”= 2.710 and “b”=2.861. The values of relative condition factor (Kn) observed for females were ranged from 1.472 to 1.555 and for males ranged from 1.024 to 1.082. The growth pattern and relative condition factor of three spot gourami in the Lempake Dam were affected by the number of fishes in gonad mature condition and body shape.
Charles P.H Simanjuntak, Faqih Baihaqi, Tri Prabowo, Shafira Bilqis A, Sulistiono Sulistiono, Ayu Ervinia
Jurnal Iktiologi Indonesia, Volume 21, pp 321-337; https://doi.org/10.32491/jii.v21i3.595

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The sustainability of amphidromous fishes is determined by the success of the larval recruitment process from marine to freshwaters habitats. This study aimed to determine the recruitment pattern of freshwater amphidromous fish to the Cimaja River estuary, Palabuhanratu Bay in terms of season and daily. Amphidromous fish were caught monthly on the 25th of Hijri or waning crescent from December 2020 to August 2021. Sampling in one whole day with observation intervals every 4 hours was carried out in June 2021 to reveal the time of larvae and juveniles of the amphidromous fish recruit to the Cimaja River estuary. A total of 13 species of amphidromous fishes representing five genera and two families was captured. The recruitment of amphidromous fishes into the Cimaja River occurs between the peak of the rainy season to dry season. Generally, amphidromous recruit into the estuary waters of the Cimaja River is at the juvenile stage (11.9-21.8 mm body length). However, the recruitment of some amphidromous fish species appears at the postflexion stage (6.9-11.9 mm BL). Based on diel observations, larvae and juveniles of amphidromous fish are generally preferred to recruit to the Cimaja River estuary in the early morning (03:00 am) and afternoon (03:00 pm). Recruitment of amphidromous fish larvae to the Cimaja River follows a semi-diurnal tidal cycle which is a tidal type in Palabuhanratu Bay. Amphidromous fishes use tidal flux to recruit and migrate upstream of the Cimaja River through estuaries.
Ismail Rahmat, Dedi Jusadi, Mia Setiawati, Ichsan Ahmad Fauzi
Jurnal Iktiologi Indonesia, Volume 21, pp 131-149; https://doi.org/10.32491/jii.v21i2.575

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A triplicate experiment was conducted to evaluate the effect of the diet supplemented with free glutamine (Gln) on intestinal structure and function, as well as the growth performance of African catfish Clarias gariepinus juvenile. The commercial feed was supplemented with Gln of either 0% (control), 0.7%, 1.4% or 2.1%. Fish measuring 2 ± 0.02 cm were stocked in 12 aquariums 50x40x35 cm filled with water at a volume of 50 L with a density of 2,000 fish m-2. Fish were cultured for 30 days and fed on the diets three times a day at satiation. Results showed that the growth rate and biomass of the fish at the end of the experiment had a quadratic response, with the maximum growth achieved at 0.7% Gln treatment. The response pattern of fish growth was in line with the distribution of fish length. Fish in 0.7% Gln treatment had number fish measuring 5-6 cm more than 12% less than other treatments, while fish measuring 7-8 cm were more than other treatments. Higher growth in the 0.7% Gln treatment correlated with longer villi, higher protein retention, and ultimately higher feed efficiency. Increased intake of Gln in the diet also caused an increase in intestinal protease enzyme activity, and accumulation of Gln in the liver, but did not increase the enzymes activity of the liver Superoxidase Dismutase (SOD). It can be concluded that feeding on a diet supplemented with 0.7% Gln can improve the structure and function of the intestine, as well as increase the target size of catfish juvenile production.
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