IDENTIFIKASI JENIS KELAMIN SIPUT GONGGONG Strombus sp. SECARA MORFOLOGI DI PERAIRAN MADUNG, TANJUNGPINANG, INDONESIA

@inproceedings{Susiana2019IDENTIFIKASIJK,
  title={IDENTIFIKASI JENIS KELAMIN SIPUT GONGGONG Strombus sp. SECARA MORFOLOGI DI PERAIRAN MADUNG, TANJUNGPINANG, INDONESIA},
  author={Susiana and Azwin Apriandi and Rochmady Rochmady},
  year={2019}
}
Morphological identification as an alternative sex identification of dog conch without damaging the shell and viscera. The study aimed to identify the gender of the dog conch Strombus sp. by morphology. Samples were obtained from fishermen collecting dog conch on the coast of Madung, Tanjungpinang, Indonesia. Samples were collected by hand at low tide. To distinguish between male and female dog conch is done by looking at the shell structure morphologically without seeing the internal organs of… 

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