FAUNA IKAN DI SUNGAI CIMADUR, CIUJUNG DAN CIBERANGDI SEKITAR TAMAN NASIONAL GUNUNG HALIMUN, KABUPATEN LEBAK, BANTEN

Ike Rachmatika, G Wahyu Dewantoro, S Sauri
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Abstract

Fish fauna survey were conducted in Cimadur, Ciujung and Ciberang Rivers. From these studies six fishes species were found as additional record for fishes living in Gunung Halimun National Park and its adjacent area. This finding brings the fish species living at this park to be sixty.In this record, it includes Cypriniid fishes that attain large size: Barbodes balleroides and Osteochilus hasseltii, found in the segment of the middle of R. Ciujung (18.3 m asl).

Keywords

Taman Nasional Gunung Halimun/Gunung Halimun National Park, ikan Cypriniid/Cypriniid fishes, Barbodes balleroides, Osteochilus hasseltii.

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