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Diversity of Fish Species in the Pinang Dalam Lake, Buluh Cina Village, Siak Hulu Sub-Regency, Kampar Regency, Riau Province Kurnia, Faddillah; Efizon, Deni; Putra, Ridwan Manda
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
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A study on the diversity of freshwater fishes in the Pinang Dalam Lake wasconducted from January to March 2014. Fish samples were captured 4 times, once in 2weeks. This research aims to understand diversity of fish species, species of economicfreshwater fishes and decorated freshwater fishes in that area. Fish was captured using gillnet, seine, scoop-net, fishhook, fish trap and line fishing. The fishes captured were thendescribe and identified based on Saanin (1984) and Kottelat (1993) and they werephotograped. Result shown that the fishes are belonged to 3 orders, 11 families, 23genuses and 28 species. The fish collected are Barbodes gonionotus, B. Schwanefeldi,Cyclocheilichthys apogon, Hampala bimaculata, H. macrolepidota, Labiobarbusocellatus, Osteochilus hasselti, Oxygaster anomarula Puntioplites waandersi, Puntiustetrazona, Rasbora cephalotaenia, Thynnichtys polylepis, Botia hymenophysa, Mystusnemurus, M. nigriceps, Kryotopterus apogon, K. limpok, Ompok hypophthalmus, Wallagoleerii, Pangasius polyuranodon, Pristolepis grootii, Helostoma temminckii, Osphronemusgoramy, Anabas testudineus, Belontia hasselti, Trichogaster leerii, T. trichopterus andChanna micropeltes. Water quality parameters were as follows: temperature 28-290C,depth 130-450 cm, transparency 31-76 cm, pH 5, Dissolved Oxygen 4,10-6,56 mg/L.Keywords: Freshwater Fish, Diversity, Pinang Dalam Lake
Study On Morphometric, Meristic And Growth Patterns Of Anabas Testudineusin Channelof Oil Palm Plantation Left Tapung River Bencah Kelubi Village Tapung Kiri Subdistrict Riau Province Situmorang, Dina; Putra, Ridwan Manda; Efizon, Deni
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
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The study aims to understand morphological and meristical characteristics, relative growth and condition factor of Anabas testudineus living in Channel of oil Palm Plantation Left Tapung River Bencah Kelubi Village Tapung Kiri Subdistrict Riau Province. The study has been conducted on Januari to Maret 2014. The study used survey methods.Sampling was done five times in three month. Theresults shownthere were 125fishes (60-162 mm TL and 3-92 gr) which collected and measured. There are seven characters that will be calculated meristic and 27 morphometric characters that will be measured in this study. Meristical characteristics of fins were as follows D.XVII-XIX,7-9, P.13-15, V.1.5, A.IX-X,9-11, C.16-20. Twenty seven morphological characteristics were measured and to understand the growth pattern, each character length was compared with Total Length (TL) and was reflected as percent of the TL.The relative growth patterns of the morphological characteristic measured is the characteristic growing faster than that of the TL. Lenght-weight relationship shown that A. testudineus male growing isometric andA. testudineus female allometric positive (male b=2,837, and female 3,156).The water quality shown temperature 28 – 300C, pH 6-7, DO 0,9 – 2,3 mg/L, CO2 18,2-20,9 mg/L, transparency 5-7cm, depth 15-20 cm and all water quality still support the life of fish.Key words : Anabas testudineus, Channel of Oil Palm Plantation Left Tapung River, morphological characteristic, meristical characteristic
Reproductive Biology Of Mystus Nigriceps From In The Pinang Luar Oxbow Waters Buluh Cina Village, Siak Hulu District, Kampar Regency, Riau Province Ompusunggu, Siska D; Efizon, Deni; Putra, Ridwan Manda
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 1, No 2 (2014): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2014
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Mystus nigriceps (Bagridae) is a type freshwater fish that live in the tropics which are inhabitants of the waters of the river, oxbow and flood inundation areas in Riau and it is known as carnivor fish. The study aims to understand reproductive biology of M. nigriceps from in The Pinang Luar Oxbow Waters Buluh Cina Village, Siak Hulu District, Kampar Regency, Riau Province, has been conducted on Januari to April 2014. Parameter measured were sex ratio, GSI, maturity level, fecundity , and egg diameter. There were 132 fishes, There were 82 male and 50 female, Total Long of fish was 23-184 mm and the weight of fish was 2-40 gr, which collected and measured. The ratio of male and female 1:0,6. The GSI of the fish was 0,05-5,9%, egg diameter was relative small (0,28-0,38 mm). The fecundity of fish from the Pinang Luar Oxbow Waters was 5925- 11.258 eggs/fish. The water quality shown tremperature range 26 – 28 0C, pH was 5, DO 4,6 – 6,2 mg/l, C02 5,8-8,8 mg/l, brightness 22-49cm, depth 108-520 cm. The water quality of fish. During the sampling periode, the maturity level of the fish geted was various, indicate that the M. nigriceps spawning period is relatively long. It is predicated that the M. nigriceps is parsial spawner.Key words : Mystus nigriceps, Bagridae, GSI, maturity level, and fecundity
KELIMPAHAN POPULASI DAN TINGKAT EKSPLOITASI IKAN TERUBUK (Tenualosa macrura) DI PERAIRAN BENGKALIS, RIAU Efizon, Deni; Djunaedi, Otong Suhara; Dhahiyat, Yayat; Koswara, Bachrulhajat
Berkala Perikanan Terubuk Vol 40, No 1 (2012): Februari 2012
Publisher : Fakultas Perikanan dan Kelautan, Universitas Riau

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Fish terubuk (Tenualosa macrura) isone of thefive species terubukspecies in the world. This fish is a fish Bengkalis community pride,but thepopulation has fallensignificantly comparedto previousyears. Thisstudy aimed to examine the various aspects in view of abundance and exploitationrates of fish terubuk at this time.From the research results obtained in the waters of fish terubukBengkalis contained in two age groups of "pale" and "terubuk" with the rangeof 15-20 cm length and pias for the range of 21-43 cm length for terubuk.Looking at the various parameter of the population, on fish stocksterubuk currentlyexperiencing overfishing. Thisisevidentfrom thevaluesof population parameters suchas growthrate (K)of 0.62 andamaximum standard length (L ∞) = 46.62 cm; arrest mortality rate(F) of 1.853 isgreater than the rate of natural mortality (M ) of 1.22.Alleged amount of fishstocks terubuk today in the form of biomassper recruit an average of (B / R)of 0.80 kg per recruit in the catch perrecruit (Y / R) of 0.45. With the levelof exploitation that has exceededthe maximum sustainable (MSY), which isreflected in the value of Exploitation Rate (E) in excess of 0.5 is 0.603.
Stomach content analysis of Pristolepis grooti from the Koto Panjang Dam and Bencah Kelubi swamp Efizon, Deni; ', Zainudin; ', Windarti
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 2, No 2 (2015): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2015
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Pristolepis grooti (Anabantidae) is a freshwater fish that commonly present in the flooded swamp area along the river and also in the dam. This fish has relatively low economical value, but it is protein source for villagers. Information on biological aspects, including the type of food consumed by the fish is rare. To understand the stomach content of the fish, a study has been conducted from February to April 2015. The fish was sampled from the swamp area in the Bencah Kelubi Village and from the Koto Panjang Dam, 6 times, once/ week. The stomach content of the fish was then identified and the Preponderance Index (Natarajan and Jhingran, 1961) was calculated. Results shown that the main food of fish from those sampling sites are different. The main food of the Koto Panjang fish was fish feed pellets remains (PI 56.53%) , while that of the swamp fish was insects (98.67%). Data obtained from this research shown that P. grooti is able to consume many types of food available.Keyword :Pristolepis grooti, Koto Panjang dam, Bencah Kelubi, stomach content, fish feed pellet.
Stomach content analysis of Helostoma temmincki from swamp in the Bencah Kelubi Village, Tapung Kiri Sub-Regency, Kampar Regency, Riau Province Anggraini, Rini; Efizon, Deni; Putra, Ridwan Manda
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 2, No 2 (2015): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2015
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Helostoma temmincki is a type of fish that inhabit swamp area in Riau. A study aims to understand the stomach content and its relation with size, sex and level of maturity of that fish has been conducted on February to May 2015. Fish samples were captured using gill nets, fish trap and line fishing. Stomach content of the fish was analyzed and it was used as a basis to calculate the Preponderance Index (PI).Total, there were 104 fishes captured, but 27 of them had empty stomach and could not be used for stomach content analysis. The number of fish analysed was 77. Parameters measured were Index of Preponderance (IP), type of food, total length, sex and gonad maturity level. Results shown that the main food of the fish is Bacillariophyceae (45,32%). The small fishes (61-86 mm TL) consume phytoplankton, while the big fish (90-165 mm TL) consume phytoplankton and zooplankton. The male and female’s stomach content was almost the same. Fish with relatively low maturity level eat mainly on phytoplankton, while mature fish consume phytoplankton and zooplankton. Based on data obtained, it can be concluded that the food of H. temmincki was various, and it is related to body size and gonad maturity level.Keyword: Helostoma temmincki, Swamp, Stomach Content Analysis, Index of Preponderance
KEMAMPUAN IKAN SEPAT SIAM (Trichogaster pectoralis) DALAM MENGENDALIKAN POPULASI KIAPU (Pistia stratiotes) Efizon, Deni
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 4, No 2 (2017): Wisuda Oktober Tahun 2017
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Trichogaster pectoralis is a root grazer fish and it may be used to control the population of aquatic weeds such as Pistia stratiotes. To understand the ability of the fish in controlling the weed, a laboratory scaled research has been conducted from May-June 2016. There were 5 treatments applied, namely ±25 (Bm25), ±50 (Bm50), ±75 grams fish (Bm75) that were reared in 16 liter tank completed with ±50 grams P. stratiotes. As controls, ±50 grams weed was reared in tank without any fish (Kk50) and ±50 grams fish (Ki50) was reared in tank without weed. Results shown that T. pectoralis was able to control P. stratiotes population. Each treatment speed up the decrement of P. stratiotes population, but the best result was shown by Bm75. In this treatment, the population of P. stratiotes reduced into 2.7 grams by the 28th day.Keywords: Tricogaster pectoralis, Pistia stratiotes, weed control, root grazer
A Study on Morphometric and Meristic of Helostoma temmincki from swamp area in the Bencah Kelubi Village, Tapung Kiri Sub-Regency, Kampar Regency, Riau Province Muryati, Siti; Putra, Ridwan Manda; Efizon, Deni
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 3, No 1 (2016): Wisuda Februari Tahun 2016
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Helostoma temmincki is a type of fish that inhabit swamp area in the Bencah Kelubi Village. This fish has high economical value, around Rp 25,000-30,000/Kg. Information on biological aspects of this fish, including morphometric and meristic and is rare. To understand the morphometrical, meristical characteristics and growth pattern of this fish, a research had been conducted from June to August 2015. There were 141 fishes (60-121 mm SL and 10.18-87.56 gr BW) captured from the swamp area in the Bencah Kelubi Village. There were 26 morphological characteristics measured and 6 meristical characteristics studied. Results shown that all of morphometrical characteristics were almost isometric as the fish growing. The meristical characteristic of the fish were as follow: D.XVI-XVIII.13-16; A.XIII-XV.17-19; P.10-11; C. 13-16 and lateral line scale was 44-48. All of morphological characteristics measured were then compared with SL to understand the growth pattern. The Lenght-Weight relationship shown that the growth of male and female H. temmincki was isometric. The water quality parameter shown that temperature 28-31°C, transparency 17-46.5 cm, pH 5-6, DO 2-3.8 mg/L and CO2 14-20 mg/L. Data on water quality parameters indicate that water quality from the swamp area in the Bencah Kelubi Village is able to support the life of the H. temmincki.Keywords : Helostoma temmincki, swamp, morphometric, meristic, growth patterns
Otolith growth rings pattern of Mystus nigriceps from the Tarai River, Kampar Regency, Riau Province Novita Sari Simandalahi; Deni Efizon; Efawani Efawani
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 6 (2019): Edisi 2 Juli s/d Desember 2019
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AbstractMystus nigriceps commonly inhabit the Tarai River that is polluted by tofu industrial liquid waste. Low water quality may affects fish growth and that is reflected in the growth ring pattern of the otolith. A research aims to understand the pattern of otolith growth rings in the M. nigriceps was conducted in April to May 2019. The fish was captured  using a cast net, and a scoop net. There were  90 fishes captured (31 males and 59 females). The otolith were removed and shaved. The dark growth ring pattern was investigated using a binocular microscope. Results shown that the standard length of the fish ranged from    75.11 to 150.44 mm and their body weight was 3.27 to 44.82 g. The otolith length was 1.375 to 2.625 mm and its width was ranged from 0.85 to 1.375 mm. Among the fish captured, 82 of them having 1-3 dark rings, indicate that the in certain period the growth of fish in the Tarai River is hampered. The distance between the nucleus and the first dark ring was 0.25 to 0.625 mm and there was no special pattern in the formation of the first dark ring. This fact indicate that the first dark rings are formed individually and it is not formed by periodic events in fish life. The water quality parameter value are as follows, temperature 27-280C; pH 6;  DO 3.2-3.5 mg/L; and CO2 23.09-24.98 mg/L) and it is able to support the life of fish. Keywords: dark ring, growth ring pattern, sagita, catfish, polluted river  
Reproductive Biology of Osteochilus hasselti C.V from the Tarai River, Tarai Bangun Village, Tambang District, Kampar Regency, Riau Province Ica Hayati; Deni Efizon; Ridwan Manda Putra
Jurnal Online Mahasiswa (JOM) Bidang Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan Vol 5 (2018): Edisi 1 Januari s/d Juni 2018
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ABSTRACTOsteochilus hasselti is found in the Tarai River that has been contaminated with organic pollution and it may affects the reproductive biology of the fish. A study aims to understand the reproductive biology of O. hasselti has been conducted. The fish was sampled 3 times, once/month, from November 2017 to January 2018.  Parameters measured were sex ratio, gonad maturity level, Gonad Somatic Index (GSI), fecundity and egg diameter. Results shown that there was 29 males and 49 females (sex ratio 1:2). Male has slimmer body, brighter color than those of the female. Genital papilla of the male was white, while that of the female was red. Size at maturity level in male ranged from 95 to 170 mm SL, while that of the females was 90 to 190 mm SL. The average GSI of male ranged from 1.61 to 8.51% while that of the females was 1.02 to 11.14%. The average fecundity was 65,451 eggs/female and egg diameter was 0.10 to 1.00 mm. Based on the size of egg diameter can be concluded this fish is total spawner. Keywords: Sex ratio, gonad maturity level, gonad somatic index, fecundity, total spawner
Co-Authors ', Efawani ', Windarti ', Zainudin Abdullah Hamid Achmad Sovy Yusaputra Adeka Febriyanti Adriman Adriman Adytia Eko Maulana Aina, Nurul Alit Hindri Yani Amelia, Helen Antoni ' Arisa Trinovira Barus Atira Diniya Bachrulhajat Koswara Bestari, Indah Betsyeba Yunita Siregar br. Damanik, Suci Anggeraini Chaidir P Pulungan Chaidir P. Pulungan Cyntia Uli Artha Sihombing Dechy Puspita Sari Dedi Purnomo Dina Medina Dina Situmorang Dwi Sumba Vicaya Eddiwan Kamaruddin Efawani ' Efawani Efawani Efawani, Efawani Efawani, Efawani Eka Sahriani Eko Purwanto Elly Anggriani Purba Elvi S Sinaga Faddillah Kurnia Fajar Malini Febi Nuari Safana Febriyola, Jenika Fitri Handayani Fitri Handayani Fitri Natasha Flora Monica Pinem G Manurung, Popy Gita Valentina Ginting Gusriyeni Dwi Mandelasari Hermawanto Hermawanto Hutajulu, Magdalena Dwiyani Ica Hayati Kartini, Tirta Amelia Kika Ananda Laylatul Usna Lisvina ' Lola C.C. Hatauruk Mariani Silvia Br Sihombing Maya Lestari Mediatrix Deviani Sinaga Melinda, Devi Merissa Handayani Mey Tisasari Mhd Rizqo Pratama Mirnawati Dewi Muhammad Fauzi Muslimatun ' Nababan, Bertrand R Nataliska Nataliska Nia Novita Nofika Srijayanti Novita Sari Simandalahi Nurhasana Nurhasana Nursamsi, Nursamsi Nursamsi, Nursamsi Otong Suhara Djunaedi Purba, Windu Sani Oksispi Qorry Tillawati Fani Rahma Dhania Salamah Rahmat Syafri Rekana Choli Br S Colia Reni Agustin Resti Restari Ricky R. Sihite Ridwan Manda Putra Rini Anggraini, Rini Rivco Hastwoyundra Rizki Adiwanarta Rizki, Aisya Ayu Rofian Isman Sally Rizky Sam Syahra Jihad Sander Jaya Aritonang Saragih, Deliana Sari, Dini Septiyawati Septiyawati Siahaan, Lamminar Juliaty Siregar, Fuja Arsita Siregar, Rida Amaliah Siska Alemina Ginting Siska D Ompusunggu Siti Muryati, Siti Situmorang, Tety E Sri Wahyuni Suci Anggeraini br. Damanik Tanjung, Nevy Arizky Tengku Dahril Thamrin Thamrin Usman Tang Widya Oktavia Nainggolan Windarti ' Windarti Windarti Windarti Windarti Yayat Dhahiyat Yosep Juven Yobi F Sitanggang Yuliati Yuliati Yuni Sarah Yusnita ' Zulkanedi Zulkanedi