29. Identification of Ectoparasites in Stingrays Fish (Dasyatis Sp.) Sold at The Wet Market of Peunayong, Banda Aceh

Arini Ulfa Khaira, Muttaqien Muttaqien, Winaruddin Winaruddin, Eliawardani Eliawardani, Muhammad Hambal, Al Azhar

Abstract


This study was conducted to identify ectoparasites of stingrays fish (Dasyatis sp.) sold at the wet market of Peunayong, Banda Aceh. A total of 15 stingrays were used as samples. Examination of ectoparasites on the surface of the body was conducted using scraping method and those on the gills and fins was performed using native method. Identification of ectoparasites obtained was done microscopically. The results revealed that two ectoparasites Caligus sp. were found in the gills of one out fifteen stingrays examined. The prevalence of Caligus sp. was 6.67%.


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Ektoparasit; Caligus sp; ikan pari

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