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Development and growth of larvae of the dog conch, Strombus canarium (Mollusca: Gastropoda), in the laboratory
The larvae reached metamorphic competence at 17-23 d post-hatching, and only metamorphosed when settlement cues (sediments from its natural habitat and 15 mM KCI) were introduced, and no spontaneous metamorphosis was observed.
Age, growth, mortality and population structure of Strombus canarium (Gastropoda: Strombidae): Variations in male and female sub-populations
For sustainable utilization of the resource, serious efforts should immediately be taken in reducing the exploitation rates of S. canarium in the study area.
Determination of Key Environmental Factors Responsible for Distribution Patterns of Fiddler Crabs in a Tropical Mangrove Ecosystem
Sediment grain size that influences most sediment properties acts as a main factor responsible for sediment heterogeneity in fiddler crab distributions.
The Polychaeta (Annelida) communities of the Merambong and Tanjung Adang Shoals, Malaysia, and its relationship with the environmental variables
Investigation of the seagrass bed of the Merambong and Tanjung Adang shoals, Johor, Malaysia, and to determine the environmental variables that might affect polychaetes distribution and abundance found that pH, Cr, organic matter and percentage of clay-sand were the major variables influencing the polychaeteecommunity.
Optimum temperature for the growth form of tiger grouper (Epinephelus fuscoguttatus ♀) × giant grouper (E. Lanceolatus ♂) hybrid
All in all, grouper farmers can culture TGGG hybrid grouper between 26°C and 30°C, whereas the best growth and condition could be observed by culturing the fish at30°C fed on shrimp.
Population characteristics of A. Japonicus from the Kedah coastal waters of Peninsular Malaysia
The study was an attempt to examine the size frequency distribution, length-weight relationship and morphometric variation of the Acetes japonicus from four different sides of Kedah coastal waters…
Condition factors of two archerfish species from Johor coastal waters, Malaysia
The results indicated that, both species are in good conditions as the mean values of condition factors (Fulton condition factor K and Relative condition factor Kn) are greater than values of unity (K, Kn >1).
Assessment of selected heavy metals (Zn, Mn, Pb, Cd, Cr and Cu) in different species of Acetes shrimp from Malacca, Johor and Terengganu, Peninsular Malaysia
Species description and distribution of Strombus (Mollusca, Strombidae) in Johor Straits and its surrounding areas
Strombus canarium was the most common, widely distributed and most abundant, followed by S. urceus, while the others were only rarely found and two new distribution records for the Johor Straits were recorded.
Growth performance of Acropora formosa in natural reefs and coral nurseries for reef restoration
Coral reefs are highly valuable ecosystems and play crucial roles in marine ecosystem dynamics by providing food and shelters for many organisms. Unfortunately, coral reefs around the globe are…