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Portunus sanguinolentus: French: Crabe: Japanese: Kani: Spanish: Cangrejo: Gear Used: Trawl net and Shore seines: Peak Season: July to December: Distribution: West and East coasts of India: Areas of abundance: Off the coasts of Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka and Gujarat Juveniles most commonly occurring in intertidal shallower areas. 0000094846 00000 n 0000030813 00000 n 0000027082 00000 n 1998Species identification guide for fishery purposes. Keywords: Rajungan (Portunus pelagicus), Bycatch, Gillnet, Purirano vol. 0000053781 00000 n Ihwan, M. Z., Faud, M. M. A., Shaharom-Harisson, F. M. and Ikhwanuddin, M. Swimming crab (Portunus pelagicus) samples were collected from three locations in West Papua, Indonesia (Sorong, Waiwo (Raja Ampat) and Kaimana) (Figure 1), which contain a significantly high number of crab landings by local fishermen. Portunus pelagicus m. A taxonomic species within the family Portunidae – flower crab. Chelae elongate (more in males than in females) with conical tooth at the base of fingers; 3 spines on the inner margin of the merus. In shallow waters, it is caught using beach seines, rakes, and dab nets. P. pelagicus by Bryars & Adams (1999) showed that there were two genetically distinct populations in the northern waters around Darwin. 0000005085 00000 n Troughout the Indic and West Pacific Oceans: From Japan, and Philippines troughout Southeast and East Asia, to Indonesia, the East of Australia, and Fidji Islands, and westward to the Red Sea and East Africa. Journal of Crustacean Biology 12, 94–100. Portunus pelagicus 54 6 11.1 O.neptuni Inner gill surface and left Chamber floor O.tridens O.angulata Protunus sanguinolentus 34 15 14.1 O.tridens Inner gill surfaces chambers walls O. angulata O. cor Podopthalmus vigil 46 14 30.4 O. neptuni Inner gill surface, gill rakers chambers walls 0000033356 00000 n Parasites and epizoites of the crab Portunus pelagicus from Moreton Bay, Eastern Australia. 0000002536 00000 n 3Alpha Code: SCD     Taxonomic Code: 2311100401. Common size in male: 140 mm cw (64 mm carapace lenght). Usage notes . 0000001345 00000 n 0000067894 00000 n Portunus armatus (formerly Portunus pelagicus ), also known as the flower crab, blue crab, blue swimmer crab, blue manna crab or sand crab, rajungan in Indonesian, and alimasag in Tagalog, Kapampangan, and Pangasinan, is a large crab found in the intertidal estuaries around most of Australia and east to New Caledonia. Maximum carapace width 20 cm (males). Presence of the blue swimming crab (Portunus pelagicus) in the diet of the Pharaoh Eagle-Owl (Bubo ascalaphus) in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nationsfor a world without hunger. Portunus pelagicus (Linnaeus, 1758) blue swimming crab Native range ... beach seines, cylindrical wire traps, folding traps, pots, hop nets, drop nets, and sunken crab gill nets. The bioaccumulation of cadmium by the Blue Swimmer Crab Portunus pelagicus L. Science of the Total Environment, 279(1-3):223-230. - 1992Diccionario multilingüe de especies marinas para el mundo hispano. Some authors have recently extracted three species from Portunus pelagicus, sensu lato: Portunus segnis, Portunus reticulatus, and Portunus armatus. Gills numbered using the scheme of Walker (1974). The blue swimming crab (BSC) can be found throughout the Indo-West Pacific, from tropical to sub-tropical waters (Ng 1998).Fishery Management Units (FMAs), known in Indonesia as “WPPs”, are the assumed units of stock for purposes of assessment and management (Suman et al. 0000031668 00000 n Journal of Raptor Research, 42(1):70-72. 0000002340 00000 n �c���n� L���$:���)F���MFa#�����y�� Y�~/�.A����ː�{�=�x �`QHN&8 d��iQ��B���Eǭܸ-���¶�p9J�"ٝ�f�q�����\�u-�{ht���~�n&�_" �a��I����nKO'PD��͊���QVbdB��8K��ˑ����ٝ/G��.����6��]���z+�7ƹ(���Pjd'�Ps�dZ�z��Ui+���4ǐh�A/+�ok��{�����h��eD�sY�7��C�;�w-�����=� Aquaculture, 2011. settling on and under each of the gills (n=952). Moult cycle specific differential gene expression profiling of the crab Portunus pelagicus. 0000001559 00000 n 0000034144 00000 n ), blue crab (Callinectes sapidus), brown crab (Cancer pagurus), Dungeness crab (Metacarcinus magister), and mud crabs (Scylla serrata), each with more than 20 000 tons annually. 0000003148 00000 n 1282 pp. Figure 2: Schematic diagram of Portunus pelagicus by Lai et al. McPherson R; Brown K, 2001. Age of maturity around 1 year.Feeding on a wide variety of sessile and slow moving benthic invertebrates (hermit crabs, gastropods, bivalves, ophiuroids, and gammarid amphipods). 2: cephalopods, crustaceans, holothuroideans and sharks. Abstract. The second gill in P. pelagicus shows major difference in shape from the other gills with missing platelets from one side of the filament. 0000011234 00000 n Carapace rough to granulose with regions discernible;  0000027699 00000 n Percentage of total number of Octolasmis spp. Portunus pelagicus 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 0 20 40 So6u0rce: FAO FishStat Remarks The species is similar to Portunus trituberculatus in its general appearance. Abstract. We then present aspects of the gross and microscopic appear- ance, ultrastructure and transmission of the new species of Hematodinium from . 0000032524 00000 n Obtained and accredited under fair use. Williams, M.J. - 1982Natural foods and feeding in the commercial sand crab Portunus pelegicus Linnaeus 1758 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Portunidae) in Moreton Bay, Queensland. While there are reports of syndinids from Australia (Immerer & Portunus sanguinolentus (Herbst, 1783) inhabit the same area but it is easily distingushed by their … ��hj����)���D��>f�s@bjT��H������3��O��E��ȥA2 Legs laterally flattened to variyng degrees, last 2 segments of last pair paddle-like. total number of male crab catches during the study was 58 individuals (54% ) and 50 females (46%). 60 0 obj << /Linearized 1 /O 63 /H [ 1559 558 ] /L 248990 /E 96089 /N 8 /T 247672 >> endobj xref 60 49 0000000016 00000 n compared with non-infested crabs. Importance of balanced Na+/K+ ratios for blue swimmer crabs, Portunus pelagicus, to cope with elevated ammonia-N and differences between in vitro and in vivo gill Na+/K+-ATPase responses. The aim was to investigate the effect of 0.706 and 2.798 mmol L −1 ammonia‐N exposure on the haemolymph osmolality, Na +, K +, Ca 2+, pH, ammonia‐N, total haemocyte counts (THC) and gill histopathology of Portunus pelagicus juveniles at 0, 3, 6, 12, 24 and 48 h respectively. 0000010341 00000 n The present study was therefore initiated to determine whether Portunus pelagicus is a species complex, and, if so, the number of species, and the genetic and morphological distinctions between them. (2010). 0000031689 00000 n 2016).Roughly 87% of landings occur in 4 FMAs: 571 (Malacca Strait and Andaman Sea), 11%, FMA … Best used in … Female crabs possessed more species of parasites and symbionts, and had a more specialized fauna than did male crabs. Octolasmis angulate showed the highest prevalence (84.62%) and lowest prevalence was O. lowei (23.08%) and O. warwickii (23.08%). %PDF-1.3 %���� Chaoshu Zeng. 0000011213 00000 n 773 p. Vera, J. Samples were collected by gill nets and traps, at six study sites during May 2013 and September 2014. 0000036678 00000 n Counts on jumbo lump grades giving a consistent number of pieces. This indicates that the selectivity of gill nets is relatively low. 0000004600 00000 n Secretaria General Técnica. 0000008860 00000 n The mean number of barnacles (predominantly Octolasmis warwickii) per carapace and gill chamber (mainly O. angulata) were 2.35 and 71.1, respectively. Shields, J. D. , and Wood, F. E. (1993). 0000001418 00000 n Sacculina granifera was found in 12% of commercial sandcrabs, Portunus pelagicus, in Moreton Bay irrespective of sex.Although male and female crabs were randomly distributed about Moreton Bay, egg bearing females were most common at the seaward station. 0000005900 00000 n The living marine resources of the Western Central Pacific. Carpenter, K.E. 0000005452 00000 n Table 2. Carapace width frequency of Portunus pelagicus infested with barnacle epizoites (Octolasmis spp.) (Ecclesiastical) IPA(key): /peˈla.d͡ʒi.kus/, [pɛˈlaː.d͡ʒi.kus] This study determined the distribution and ontogenetic habitat shifts of Portunus pelagicus in coastal habitats in Thailand. Impact of parasites on the reproduction and fecundity of the blue sand crab Portunus pelagicus from Moreton Bay, Australia. P. trituberculatus resembles a large stocky female of P. pelagicus . and V.H. Kodansha Ltd. Tokyo. 0000034165 00000 n Pelagicus crab meat (Super Lump / 1 LB.) Portunus armatus (formerly Portunus pelagicus), also known as the flower crab, blue crab, blue swimmer crab, blue manna crab or sand crab, rajungan in Indonesian, and alimasag in Tagalog, is a large crab found in the intertidal estuaries around most of Australia and east to New Caledonia. Three gill structures were monitored in the present study: primary gill (branchial stem), secondary gill (gill lamellae), and distal tips. The sinus gland/X-organ complex is responsible for the synthesis and storage of a number of inhibitory neuroendocrine ... in the gills which function in … 0000004364 00000 n 0000010086 00000 n Niem (eds.). Barnacle infestation of gills was found to differ significantly by area, season and sex with the deeper offshore areas exhibiting the highest number … Almost exclusively carnivorous, rarely consuming plant material. 0000007147 00000 n Worldwide, the most relevant crab species harvested are the horse crab (Portunus trituberculatus) (one-quarter of the total), followed by flower crab (Portunus pelagicus), snow crab (Chionoecetes spp. 0000007639 00000 n F.A.O. Sakai, T. - 1976 Crabs of Japan and the adjacent seas. Global catch of Portunus pelagicus during 1963-2010 (FAO) distribution Geographical distribution of P. pelagicus ranges from Red sea, Mediterranean, East coast of Africa, Persian Gulf, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Mergui Archipelago, Singapore and Philippines to Australia, New Zealand, Tahiti, China and Japan. 3. 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Nicholas Romano, Chaoshu Zeng, Subchronic exposure to nitrite, potassium and their combination on survival, growth, total haemocyte count and gill structure of juvenile blue swimmer crabs, Portunus pelagicus, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 10.1016/j.ecoenv.2009.02.003, 72, 4, … Ministerio de Agricultura, Pesca y Alimentación. Portunus sanguinolentus: French: Crabe: Japanese: Kani: Spanish: Cangrejo: Gear Used: Trawl net and Shore seines: Peak Season: July to December: Distribution: West and East coasts of India: Areas of abundance: Off the coasts of Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka and Gujarat Juveniles most commonly occurring in intertidal shallower areas. 0000094846 00000 n 0000030813 00000 n 0000027082 00000 n 1998Species identification guide for fishery purposes. Keywords: Rajungan (Portunus pelagicus), Bycatch, Gillnet, Purirano vol. 0000053781 00000 n Ihwan, M. Z., Faud, M. M. A., Shaharom-Harisson, F. M. and Ikhwanuddin, M. Swimming crab (Portunus pelagicus) samples were collected from three locations in West Papua, Indonesia (Sorong, Waiwo (Raja Ampat) and Kaimana) (Figure 1), which contain a significantly high number of crab landings by local fishermen. Portunus pelagicus m. A taxonomic species within the family Portunidae – flower crab. Chelae elongate (more in males than in females) with conical tooth at the base of fingers; 3 spines on the inner margin of the merus. In shallow waters, it is caught using beach seines, rakes, and dab nets. P. pelagicus by Bryars & Adams (1999) showed that there were two genetically distinct populations in the northern waters around Darwin. 0000005085 00000 n Troughout the Indic and West Pacific Oceans: From Japan, and Philippines troughout Southeast and East Asia, to Indonesia, the East of Australia, and Fidji Islands, and westward to the Red Sea and East Africa. Journal of Crustacean Biology 12, 94–100. Portunus pelagicus 54 6 11.1 O.neptuni Inner gill surface and left Chamber floor O.tridens O.angulata Protunus sanguinolentus 34 15 14.1 O.tridens Inner gill surfaces chambers walls O. angulata O. cor Podopthalmus vigil 46 14 30.4 O. neptuni Inner gill surface, gill rakers chambers walls 0000033356 00000 n Parasites and epizoites of the crab Portunus pelagicus from Moreton Bay, Eastern Australia. 0000002536 00000 n 3Alpha Code: SCD     Taxonomic Code: 2311100401. Common size in male: 140 mm cw (64 mm carapace lenght). Usage notes . 0000001345 00000 n 0000067894 00000 n Portunus armatus (formerly Portunus pelagicus ), also known as the flower crab, blue crab, blue swimmer crab, blue manna crab or sand crab, rajungan in Indonesian, and alimasag in Tagalog, Kapampangan, and Pangasinan, is a large crab found in the intertidal estuaries around most of Australia and east to New Caledonia. Maximum carapace width 20 cm (males). Presence of the blue swimming crab (Portunus pelagicus) in the diet of the Pharaoh Eagle-Owl (Bubo ascalaphus) in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nationsfor a world without hunger. Portunus pelagicus (Linnaeus, 1758) blue swimming crab Native range ... beach seines, cylindrical wire traps, folding traps, pots, hop nets, drop nets, and sunken crab gill nets. The bioaccumulation of cadmium by the Blue Swimmer Crab Portunus pelagicus L. Science of the Total Environment, 279(1-3):223-230. - 1992Diccionario multilingüe de especies marinas para el mundo hispano. Some authors have recently extracted three species from Portunus pelagicus, sensu lato: Portunus segnis, Portunus reticulatus, and Portunus armatus. Gills numbered using the scheme of Walker (1974). The blue swimming crab (BSC) can be found throughout the Indo-West Pacific, from tropical to sub-tropical waters (Ng 1998).Fishery Management Units (FMAs), known in Indonesia as “WPPs”, are the assumed units of stock for purposes of assessment and management (Suman et al. 0000031668 00000 n Journal of Raptor Research, 42(1):70-72. 0000002340 00000 n �c���n� L���$:���)F���MFa#�����y�� Y�~/�.A����ː�{�=�x �`QHN&8 d��iQ��B���Eǭܸ-���¶�p9J�"ٝ�f�q�����\�u-�{ht���~�n&�_" �a��I����nKO'PD��͊���QVbdB��8K��ˑ����ٝ/G��.����6��]���z+�7ƹ(���Pjd'�Ps�dZ�z��Ui+���4ǐh�A/+�ok��{�����h��eD�sY�7��C�;�w-�����=� Aquaculture, 2011. settling on and under each of the gills (n=952). Moult cycle specific differential gene expression profiling of the crab Portunus pelagicus. 0000001559 00000 n 0000034144 00000 n ), blue crab (Callinectes sapidus), brown crab (Cancer pagurus), Dungeness crab (Metacarcinus magister), and mud crabs (Scylla serrata), each with more than 20 000 tons annually. 0000003148 00000 n 1282 pp. Figure 2: Schematic diagram of Portunus pelagicus by Lai et al. McPherson R; Brown K, 2001. Age of maturity around 1 year.Feeding on a wide variety of sessile and slow moving benthic invertebrates (hermit crabs, gastropods, bivalves, ophiuroids, and gammarid amphipods). 2: cephalopods, crustaceans, holothuroideans and sharks. Abstract. The second gill in P. pelagicus shows major difference in shape from the other gills with missing platelets from one side of the filament. 0000011234 00000 n Carapace rough to granulose with regions discernible;  0000027699 00000 n Percentage of total number of Octolasmis spp. Portunus pelagicus 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 0 20 40 So6u0rce: FAO FishStat Remarks The species is similar to Portunus trituberculatus in its general appearance. Abstract. We then present aspects of the gross and microscopic appear- ance, ultrastructure and transmission of the new species of Hematodinium from . 0000032524 00000 n Obtained and accredited under fair use. Williams, M.J. - 1982Natural foods and feeding in the commercial sand crab Portunus pelegicus Linnaeus 1758 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Portunidae) in Moreton Bay, Queensland. While there are reports of syndinids from Australia (Immerer & Portunus sanguinolentus (Herbst, 1783) inhabit the same area but it is easily distingushed by their … ��hj����)���D��>f�s@bjT��H������3��O��E��ȥA2 Legs laterally flattened to variyng degrees, last 2 segments of last pair paddle-like. total number of male crab catches during the study was 58 individuals (54% ) and 50 females (46%). 60 0 obj << /Linearized 1 /O 63 /H [ 1559 558 ] /L 248990 /E 96089 /N 8 /T 247672 >> endobj xref 60 49 0000000016 00000 n compared with non-infested crabs. Importance of balanced Na+/K+ ratios for blue swimmer crabs, Portunus pelagicus, to cope with elevated ammonia-N and differences between in vitro and in vivo gill Na+/K+-ATPase responses. The aim was to investigate the effect of 0.706 and 2.798 mmol L −1 ammonia‐N exposure on the haemolymph osmolality, Na +, K +, Ca 2+, pH, ammonia‐N, total haemocyte counts (THC) and gill histopathology of Portunus pelagicus juveniles at 0, 3, 6, 12, 24 and 48 h respectively. 0000010341 00000 n The present study was therefore initiated to determine whether Portunus pelagicus is a species complex, and, if so, the number of species, and the genetic and morphological distinctions between them. (2010). 0000031689 00000 n 2016).Roughly 87% of landings occur in 4 FMAs: 571 (Malacca Strait and Andaman Sea), 11%, FMA … Best used in … Female crabs possessed more species of parasites and symbionts, and had a more specialized fauna than did male crabs. Octolasmis angulate showed the highest prevalence (84.62%) and lowest prevalence was O. lowei (23.08%) and O. warwickii (23.08%). %PDF-1.3 %���� Chaoshu Zeng. 0000011213 00000 n 773 p. Vera, J. Samples were collected by gill nets and traps, at six study sites during May 2013 and September 2014. 0000036678 00000 n Counts on jumbo lump grades giving a consistent number of pieces. This indicates that the selectivity of gill nets is relatively low. 0000004600 00000 n Secretaria General Técnica. 0000008860 00000 n The mean number of barnacles (predominantly Octolasmis warwickii) per carapace and gill chamber (mainly O. angulata) were 2.35 and 71.1, respectively. Shields, J. D. , and Wood, F. E. (1993). 0000001418 00000 n Sacculina granifera was found in 12% of commercial sandcrabs, Portunus pelagicus, in Moreton Bay irrespective of sex.Although male and female crabs were randomly distributed about Moreton Bay, egg bearing females were most common at the seaward station. 0000005900 00000 n The living marine resources of the Western Central Pacific. Carpenter, K.E. 0000005452 00000 n Table 2. Carapace width frequency of Portunus pelagicus infested with barnacle epizoites (Octolasmis spp.) (Ecclesiastical) IPA(key): /peˈla.d͡ʒi.kus/, [pɛˈlaː.d͡ʒi.kus] This study determined the distribution and ontogenetic habitat shifts of Portunus pelagicus in coastal habitats in Thailand. Impact of parasites on the reproduction and fecundity of the blue sand crab Portunus pelagicus from Moreton Bay, Australia. P. trituberculatus resembles a large stocky female of P. pelagicus . and V.H. Kodansha Ltd. Tokyo. 0000034165 00000 n Pelagicus crab meat (Super Lump / 1 LB.) Portunus armatus (formerly Portunus pelagicus), also known as the flower crab, blue crab, blue swimmer crab, blue manna crab or sand crab, rajungan in Indonesian, and alimasag in Tagalog, is a large crab found in the intertidal estuaries around most of Australia and east to New Caledonia. Three gill structures were monitored in the present study: primary gill (branchial stem), secondary gill (gill lamellae), and distal tips. The sinus gland/X-organ complex is responsible for the synthesis and storage of a number of inhibitory neuroendocrine ... in the gills which function in … 0000004364 00000 n 0000010086 00000 n Niem (eds.). Barnacle infestation of gills was found to differ significantly by area, season and sex with the deeper offshore areas exhibiting the highest number … Almost exclusively carnivorous, rarely consuming plant material. 0000007147 00000 n Worldwide, the most relevant crab species harvested are the horse crab (Portunus trituberculatus) (one-quarter of the total), followed by flower crab (Portunus pelagicus), snow crab (Chionoecetes spp. 0000007639 00000 n F.A.O. Sakai, T. - 1976 Crabs of Japan and the adjacent seas. Global catch of Portunus pelagicus during 1963-2010 (FAO) distribution Geographical distribution of P. pelagicus ranges from Red sea, Mediterranean, East coast of Africa, Persian Gulf, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Mergui Archipelago, Singapore and Philippines to Australia, New Zealand, Tahiti, China and Japan. 3. 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location and (6) the host, Portunus pelagicus. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 Gill number Barnacles (%) Under gill On gill Fig. 0000040740 00000 n �t�[wb���u��L�P*��� c�� ���|��Q�O����U���ؼ�%��F�݂����K��O|/35�^�4�B�Ċ�����G,��׳��0�~ٟ�w(U�����[ݳN�H��~�!bF�/sV��h�2���]�S�"�����NΏ����v������[�~. 0000095648 00000 n This crab meat (Portunus spp) is available year round. Journal of experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. Sold in local markets (fresh or frozen) and for the crab-flesh canning industry. 0000029126 00000 n 0000005921 00000 n CONTACT US. Download PDF Download Full PDF Package. 0000030002 00000 n En - Blue swimming crab, Fr - Étrille bleue, Sp - Jaiba azul. Both species were having eight phyllobranchiatesas of the same structure but different in length and surface area. 0000029981 00000 n P. pelagicus is, however, easily distinguished because it have 4 … P. pelagicus is, however, easily distinguished because it have 4 frontal teeth (3 in P. trituberculatus) and it have 3 spines in the merus of chelipeds (4 in P. trituberculatus). 0000030792 00000 n Portunus pelagicus, also known as the flower crab, blue crab, blue swimmer crab, blue manna crab or sand crab, and alimasag in Tagalog, is a large crab found in the intertidal estuaries of the Indian and West Pacific Oceans, and as a Lessepsian migrant in the eastern Mediterranean Sea.The name "flower crab" is used in east Asian countries while the latter names are used in Australia. 0000080930 00000 n P. pelagicus and a Hematodinium sp. front with 4 acutely triangular teeth; 9 teeth on each anterolateral margin. 0000095786 00000 n PORTUNUS PELAGICUS FROM MORETON BAY, EASTERN AUSTRALIA Jefrey D.Shields ABSTRACT Fifteen parasites and symbionts were found in the tissues, in the branchial chambers, and on external surfaces of the sand crab Portunus pelagicus. Sandy and sand-muddydepths in shallow waters between 10 to 50 m depth,including areas near reefs, mangroves, seagrass and algal beds. Marine Ecology Progress Series 92, 159–170. Figure 1. 59: 165-176. 0000002095 00000 n The catch index dominance is relatively low, in the range of 0.21 - 0.27. Males coloured with blue markings, females dull green. Mainly collected by artisanal traps, trawls, beach seines, cylindrical wire traps, folding traps, pots, hop nets, drop nets and crab gill nets. 0000033335 00000 n Barnacle occurred most frequently on the gill part by having 371 (57.70%) barnacles compared to other areas, 272 (42.30%) barnacles. This paper. 0000007394 00000 n The most external tooth is 2 to 4 times larger than the precedent. The total catch reported for this species to FAO for 1999 was 133 938 t. The countries with the largest catches were China (52 577 t) and Philippines (34 076 t). 0000002117 00000 n The barnacles were attached to the gill, carapace, abdomen and also walking legs. 0000027913 00000 n trailer << /Size 109 /Info 57 0 R /Encrypt 62 0 R /Root 61 0 R /Prev 247662 /ID[] >> startxref 0 %%EOF 61 0 obj << /Type /Catalog /Pages 59 0 R /Metadata 58 0 R >> endobj 62 0 obj << /Filter /Standard /V 1 /R 2 /O (i�Z��\)�5�h"~LhQ��aZ�\\~��؝�) /U (���t�/i�K�OȽ#��!���'qA��ʛ51) /P -60 >> endobj 107 0 obj << /S 347 /T 492 /Filter /FlateDecode /Length 108 0 R >> stream 0000036539 00000 n Rome. from Scylla serrata. Nicholas Romano, Chaoshu Zeng, Subchronic exposure to nitrite, potassium and their combination on survival, growth, total haemocyte count and gill structure of juvenile blue swimmer crabs, Portunus pelagicus, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 10.1016/j.ecoenv.2009.02.003, 72, 4, … Ministerio de Agricultura, Pesca y Alimentación. Portunus sanguinolentus: French: Crabe: Japanese: Kani: Spanish: Cangrejo: Gear Used: Trawl net and Shore seines: Peak Season: July to December: Distribution: West and East coasts of India: Areas of abundance: Off the coasts of Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka and Gujarat Juveniles most commonly occurring in intertidal shallower areas. 0000094846 00000 n 0000030813 00000 n 0000027082 00000 n 1998Species identification guide for fishery purposes. Keywords: Rajungan (Portunus pelagicus), Bycatch, Gillnet, Purirano vol. 0000053781 00000 n Ihwan, M. Z., Faud, M. M. A., Shaharom-Harisson, F. M. and Ikhwanuddin, M. Swimming crab (Portunus pelagicus) samples were collected from three locations in West Papua, Indonesia (Sorong, Waiwo (Raja Ampat) and Kaimana) (Figure 1), which contain a significantly high number of crab landings by local fishermen. Portunus pelagicus m. A taxonomic species within the family Portunidae – flower crab. Chelae elongate (more in males than in females) with conical tooth at the base of fingers; 3 spines on the inner margin of the merus. In shallow waters, it is caught using beach seines, rakes, and dab nets. P. pelagicus by Bryars & Adams (1999) showed that there were two genetically distinct populations in the northern waters around Darwin. 0000005085 00000 n Troughout the Indic and West Pacific Oceans: From Japan, and Philippines troughout Southeast and East Asia, to Indonesia, the East of Australia, and Fidji Islands, and westward to the Red Sea and East Africa. Journal of Crustacean Biology 12, 94–100. Portunus pelagicus 54 6 11.1 O.neptuni Inner gill surface and left Chamber floor O.tridens O.angulata Protunus sanguinolentus 34 15 14.1 O.tridens Inner gill surfaces chambers walls O. angulata O. cor Podopthalmus vigil 46 14 30.4 O. neptuni Inner gill surface, gill rakers chambers walls 0000033356 00000 n Parasites and epizoites of the crab Portunus pelagicus from Moreton Bay, Eastern Australia. 0000002536 00000 n 3Alpha Code: SCD     Taxonomic Code: 2311100401. Common size in male: 140 mm cw (64 mm carapace lenght). Usage notes . 0000001345 00000 n 0000067894 00000 n Portunus armatus (formerly Portunus pelagicus ), also known as the flower crab, blue crab, blue swimmer crab, blue manna crab or sand crab, rajungan in Indonesian, and alimasag in Tagalog, Kapampangan, and Pangasinan, is a large crab found in the intertidal estuaries around most of Australia and east to New Caledonia. Maximum carapace width 20 cm (males). Presence of the blue swimming crab (Portunus pelagicus) in the diet of the Pharaoh Eagle-Owl (Bubo ascalaphus) in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nationsfor a world without hunger. Portunus pelagicus (Linnaeus, 1758) blue swimming crab Native range ... beach seines, cylindrical wire traps, folding traps, pots, hop nets, drop nets, and sunken crab gill nets. The bioaccumulation of cadmium by the Blue Swimmer Crab Portunus pelagicus L. Science of the Total Environment, 279(1-3):223-230. - 1992Diccionario multilingüe de especies marinas para el mundo hispano. Some authors have recently extracted three species from Portunus pelagicus, sensu lato: Portunus segnis, Portunus reticulatus, and Portunus armatus. Gills numbered using the scheme of Walker (1974). The blue swimming crab (BSC) can be found throughout the Indo-West Pacific, from tropical to sub-tropical waters (Ng 1998).Fishery Management Units (FMAs), known in Indonesia as “WPPs”, are the assumed units of stock for purposes of assessment and management (Suman et al. 0000031668 00000 n Journal of Raptor Research, 42(1):70-72. 0000002340 00000 n �c���n� L���$:���)F���MFa#�����y�� Y�~/�.A����ː�{�=�x �`QHN&8 d��iQ��B���Eǭܸ-���¶�p9J�"ٝ�f�q�����\�u-�{ht���~�n&�_" �a��I����nKO'PD��͊���QVbdB��8K��ˑ����ٝ/G��.����6��]���z+�7ƹ(���Pjd'�Ps�dZ�z��Ui+���4ǐh�A/+�ok��{�����h��eD�sY�7��C�;�w-�����=� Aquaculture, 2011. settling on and under each of the gills (n=952). Moult cycle specific differential gene expression profiling of the crab Portunus pelagicus. 0000001559 00000 n 0000034144 00000 n ), blue crab (Callinectes sapidus), brown crab (Cancer pagurus), Dungeness crab (Metacarcinus magister), and mud crabs (Scylla serrata), each with more than 20 000 tons annually. 0000003148 00000 n 1282 pp. Figure 2: Schematic diagram of Portunus pelagicus by Lai et al. McPherson R; Brown K, 2001. Age of maturity around 1 year.Feeding on a wide variety of sessile and slow moving benthic invertebrates (hermit crabs, gastropods, bivalves, ophiuroids, and gammarid amphipods). 2: cephalopods, crustaceans, holothuroideans and sharks. Abstract. The second gill in P. pelagicus shows major difference in shape from the other gills with missing platelets from one side of the filament. 0000011234 00000 n Carapace rough to granulose with regions discernible;  0000027699 00000 n Percentage of total number of Octolasmis spp. Portunus pelagicus 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 0 20 40 So6u0rce: FAO FishStat Remarks The species is similar to Portunus trituberculatus in its general appearance. Abstract. We then present aspects of the gross and microscopic appear- ance, ultrastructure and transmission of the new species of Hematodinium from . 0000032524 00000 n Obtained and accredited under fair use. Williams, M.J. - 1982Natural foods and feeding in the commercial sand crab Portunus pelegicus Linnaeus 1758 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Portunidae) in Moreton Bay, Queensland. While there are reports of syndinids from Australia (Immerer & Portunus sanguinolentus (Herbst, 1783) inhabit the same area but it is easily distingushed by their … ��hj����)���D��>f�s@bjT��H������3��O��E��ȥA2 Legs laterally flattened to variyng degrees, last 2 segments of last pair paddle-like. total number of male crab catches during the study was 58 individuals (54% ) and 50 females (46%). 60 0 obj << /Linearized 1 /O 63 /H [ 1559 558 ] /L 248990 /E 96089 /N 8 /T 247672 >> endobj xref 60 49 0000000016 00000 n compared with non-infested crabs. Importance of balanced Na+/K+ ratios for blue swimmer crabs, Portunus pelagicus, to cope with elevated ammonia-N and differences between in vitro and in vivo gill Na+/K+-ATPase responses. The aim was to investigate the effect of 0.706 and 2.798 mmol L −1 ammonia‐N exposure on the haemolymph osmolality, Na +, K +, Ca 2+, pH, ammonia‐N, total haemocyte counts (THC) and gill histopathology of Portunus pelagicus juveniles at 0, 3, 6, 12, 24 and 48 h respectively. 0000010341 00000 n The present study was therefore initiated to determine whether Portunus pelagicus is a species complex, and, if so, the number of species, and the genetic and morphological distinctions between them. (2010). 0000031689 00000 n 2016).Roughly 87% of landings occur in 4 FMAs: 571 (Malacca Strait and Andaman Sea), 11%, FMA … Best used in … Female crabs possessed more species of parasites and symbionts, and had a more specialized fauna than did male crabs. Octolasmis angulate showed the highest prevalence (84.62%) and lowest prevalence was O. lowei (23.08%) and O. warwickii (23.08%). %PDF-1.3 %���� Chaoshu Zeng. 0000011213 00000 n 773 p. Vera, J. Samples were collected by gill nets and traps, at six study sites during May 2013 and September 2014. 0000036678 00000 n Counts on jumbo lump grades giving a consistent number of pieces. This indicates that the selectivity of gill nets is relatively low. 0000004600 00000 n Secretaria General Técnica. 0000008860 00000 n The mean number of barnacles (predominantly Octolasmis warwickii) per carapace and gill chamber (mainly O. angulata) were 2.35 and 71.1, respectively. Shields, J. D. , and Wood, F. E. (1993). 0000001418 00000 n Sacculina granifera was found in 12% of commercial sandcrabs, Portunus pelagicus, in Moreton Bay irrespective of sex.Although male and female crabs were randomly distributed about Moreton Bay, egg bearing females were most common at the seaward station. 0000005900 00000 n The living marine resources of the Western Central Pacific. Carpenter, K.E. 0000005452 00000 n Table 2. Carapace width frequency of Portunus pelagicus infested with barnacle epizoites (Octolasmis spp.) (Ecclesiastical) IPA(key): /peˈla.d͡ʒi.kus/, [pɛˈlaː.d͡ʒi.kus] This study determined the distribution and ontogenetic habitat shifts of Portunus pelagicus in coastal habitats in Thailand. Impact of parasites on the reproduction and fecundity of the blue sand crab Portunus pelagicus from Moreton Bay, Australia. P. trituberculatus resembles a large stocky female of P. pelagicus . and V.H. Kodansha Ltd. Tokyo. 0000034165 00000 n Pelagicus crab meat (Super Lump / 1 LB.) Portunus armatus (formerly Portunus pelagicus), also known as the flower crab, blue crab, blue swimmer crab, blue manna crab or sand crab, rajungan in Indonesian, and alimasag in Tagalog, is a large crab found in the intertidal estuaries around most of Australia and east to New Caledonia. Three gill structures were monitored in the present study: primary gill (branchial stem), secondary gill (gill lamellae), and distal tips. The sinus gland/X-organ complex is responsible for the synthesis and storage of a number of inhibitory neuroendocrine ... in the gills which function in … 0000004364 00000 n 0000010086 00000 n Niem (eds.). Barnacle infestation of gills was found to differ significantly by area, season and sex with the deeper offshore areas exhibiting the highest number … Almost exclusively carnivorous, rarely consuming plant material. 0000007147 00000 n Worldwide, the most relevant crab species harvested are the horse crab (Portunus trituberculatus) (one-quarter of the total), followed by flower crab (Portunus pelagicus), snow crab (Chionoecetes spp. 0000007639 00000 n F.A.O. Sakai, T. - 1976 Crabs of Japan and the adjacent seas. Global catch of Portunus pelagicus during 1963-2010 (FAO) distribution Geographical distribution of P. pelagicus ranges from Red sea, Mediterranean, East coast of Africa, Persian Gulf, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Mergui Archipelago, Singapore and Philippines to Australia, New Zealand, Tahiti, China and Japan. 3. 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