International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies
2020, Vol. 8, Issue 1, Part A
Growth and potential reproductive of gastropod Strombus luhuanus Linnaeus, 1758 inhabit OMA coastal waters, central Maluku, IndonesiaAuthor(s):
S Haumahu, Prulley A Uneputty and YA LewerissaAbstract: Strombus luhuanus
(strawberry conch) is one of the marine gastropods belongs to Strombidae family. S. luhuanus
is a consumed species by Maluku communities and usually is collected in adult size.The research was conducted in Oma intertidal zone, Central Maluku, Eastern Indonesia with the objectives were to analyse the growth of S. luhuanus
and its potential reproductive. Sampling was done randomly from January to June 2019. Shell length of S. luhuanus
was measured using digital vernier calliper to the nearest 0.05 mm and was determined its sex. Growth of S. luhuanus
was analysed by using FISAT II software.
A total of 1151 individualsof S. luhuanus
were found in this study. The value of asimthotic length (L∞) was 63.25 cm, growth coeficient (K) was 1.60, and two cohorts were found in this study. Generally, sex ratio of female and male of S. luhuanus
was 56.58: 43.42% or 1.27: 1.00.Pages: 32-36 | 180 Views 28 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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S Haumahu, Prulley A Uneputty, YA Lewerissa. Growth and potential reproductive of gastropod Strombus luhuanus Linnaeus, 1758 inhabit OMA coastal waters, central Maluku, Indonesia. Int J Fish Aquat Stud 2020;8(1):32-36.