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Sri Endah Purnamaningtyas
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6369-401X
Dimas Angga Hedianto
Nurfiarini Nurfiarini

Abstract

Ecologically, weather changes cause local deviations from regional patterns in waters. So that there will be changes in fish types and food habits.The purpose of this study was to determine changes in fish community structure, food preferences, and area of niches for each type of fish in Pangelang Protected Lake. The research was conducted using a survey method in October 2016 (low tide), June 2018 (transition) and September (flood) 2018. The results obtained: 1. Fish communities in Lake Pangelang obtained a total of 12 families, 30 genera, and 37 species. In the low tide season, there are 21 species of fish caught, 17 species of transition season and 16 types of flood during low tide. 2. In the low tide season, the fish community in Pangelang Lake is dominated by detritivorous fish. In the transitional season, the fish community in Pangelang Lake experiences changes with an increase in the union of phytoplanktivore and insectivore fish. During the flood season, the fish communities in Lake Pangelang underwent a change again where the union of herbivores that used plants increased.

Keywords:
Fish community structure , trophic niche , Pangelang protected lake

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