Sukree Hajisamae

Sukree Hajisamae
Prince of Songkla University · Faculty of Science and Technology

PhD

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August 1996 - present
Prince of Songkla University
Position
  • Dean and Associate Professor

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Publications (55)
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This is the first reported record of stable isotope values for elasmobranch rays within Malaysian waters, and serves as an important baseline methodological information for future studies investigating stable isotope values in both shark and ray species in the region. This study examined the effects of urea removal on the stable isotopes values of...
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This study assessed the bycatch composition around Bidong Island, Malaysia, and factors affecting its assemblages. Bycatch samples were collected monthly from January to December 2018 with supplementary samplings in February and October 2019. A total of 648 individuals of bycatch from 15 fish species were collected, which accounted for 84.2% of the...
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The reproductive biology of short mackerel, Rastrelliger brachysoma, which forms spawning aggregation off Pattani Bay was measured by gonadosomatic index (GSI), size at first maturity (L50) and morphometric maturity classification. We found an unbalanced sex ratio between males and females (1.60:1, p
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This study aimed to assess diet characteristics and ingestion of microplastics (MPs) by short mackerel (Rastrelliger brachysoma) based on fish size, water, depth, and season. Samples of fish were collected monthly from three depth contours during February 2019 and February 2020 by mackerel gill nets in the mouth area of Pattani Bay, Thailand. Plank...
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This study evaluates the impacts of mesh size of the net, fishing depth and season on the catches of target, non-target and discarded species for short mackerel Rastrelliger brachysoma gillnet fishery in the vicinity of Pattani Bay, Gulf of Thailand. The catches were examined for species composition, catch efficiency and size of catch. Samples were...
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Understanding trophic relationships of fish in estuarine ecosystem is an important element for sustainable resource management. This study examined the feeding habits of 29 dominant fish species, characterized the trophic guilds, assessed the impact of season and clarified the role of diets in structuring the fish community in the mouth region of P...
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HighlightRay capture worldwide using variety fishing gear.Efficiency of fishing gear used in capture ray species among countries.The maturation size for female and male ray according to species present.Bycatch issues of elasmobranch in small and large scale fisheries.Suitable fishing gear to capture ray species at particular country.AbstractA coral...
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Stingrays are part of commercial fisheries worldwide; Malaysia is ranked as the eighth-largest stingray fishery in the world. by using stingray gill nets in Coastal South China seawaters of Terengganu. The present study aimed to determine the abundance and distribution of stingrays based on species and sizes at different habitat and seasons in the...
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This study was conducted to determine the presence of microplastics in sediment of Kelantan and Pattani Bay. Sediment samples were collected from Sri Tujuh Beach, Tumpat and Talo Kapo Beach, Pattani Bay in between May and July 2019. Microplastics were isolated from sediment samples using wet peroxide oxidation (WPO) followed by density separation....
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Pergau Lake was one of the spot for harvesting C. fluminae . However, C. fluminae harvesting was prohibited for several years before. Yet, the information on this clam compositions and distribution at this area is still unknown. Therefore, a survey has been done to determine the composition of C. fluminae at five points in Pergau Lakes. The method...
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Lata Janggut is one of the popular recreational rivers with waterfall in Jeli, Kelantan. The lotic river characteristic at Lata Janggut create a suitable habitat for aquatic insect especially Ephemeroptera. Recreational activities may disturb the river ecosystem especially aquatic insects, Ephermeroptera in particular. Therefore, this study targets...
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Aquatic insect larvae is one of the biotic component in aquatic ecosystem that helps in balancing aquatic ecosystems.Therefore, a survey conducted to determine the distribution and assembalges on aquatic insect larvae in Pergau Lake River Intakes. Samples were collected using Surber Net at seven river intakes in Pergau lakes namely Sungai Long (Int...
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Highlight1. Coconut leaves, as artificial bait on the catch of fish traps2. Coconut palm as artificial bait on the catch of fish traps3. Fish species and bycatch species in traps with different baitsAbstractFish trap is one of the most frequently used fishing devices by people around the world. The purposes of this study are to determine fish speci...
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This study determined the distribution and ontogenetic habitat shifts of Portunus pelagicus in coastal habitats in Thailand. Samples were collected by gill nets and traps, at six study sites during May 2013 and September 2014. It was found that, in the bay, the catches from both gears were significantly influenced by depth ( and ) but not by season...
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This work examined diet composition of the juvenile orange-spotted grouper, Epinephelus coioides , and its trophic association with other juvenile fish species in tropical estuarine habitats during recruitment. From December 2015 to March 2016, juveniles were collected, their stomachs excised, preserved and analyzed. Small shrimps and amphipods, es...
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This study aims to answer questions about the importance and utilization of wetland provisioning ecosystem services (ES) in the disturbed southernmost provinces of Thailand, calling for the need for sustainable wetland management. Generally, natural resources management in the unrest area has been neglected because security-related policies have us...
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In recreational fishing, catch and release has been broadly implemented among recreational anglers. However, information regarding post-release survival of Indonesian snakehead (Channa micropeltes) using artificial bait with treble hook is lacking. The purpose of this study is to evaluate relationship between hooking position, hooking injuries and...
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This study emphasizes on aspects of fecundity, embryonic development, ovarian development, maturity stage and correlation of matured blue swimming crab, Portunus pelagicus females according seasons and habitat in the lower part of the Gulf of Thailand of Pattani coastal water. Samples of matured P. pelagicus were collected by crab gill nets monthly...
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This study is aimed to evaluate the impact of habitat on feeding habits and food selectivity of Asian green mussel Perna viridis collected from three different habitats including Suratthani and Trang provinces of Thailand and Aceh of Indonesia. Samples were collected between July and December 2016, and April 2017, respectively. Samples, 300 mussels...
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The feeding habits of two sympatric squid species, Uroteuthis (Photololigo) chinensis and Uroteuthis (Photololigo) duvaucelii from the southwestern Gulf of Thailand were studied. They fed on low numbers of food types (AF) and had a low diet breadth; 1.18 and 0.01 for U. (P.) chinensis and 1.49 and 0.05 for U. (P.) duvaucelii, respectively. Three ma...
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This study was carried out to assess the distribution pattern of two loliginid squid species; Uroteuthis (Photololigo) chinensis (Gray 1849) and Uroteuthis (Photololigo) duvaucelii (d’Orbigny 1835) at different depth contours along the lower part of the Gulf of Thailand sampled by bottom trawl during April to July 2015.Hydrological parameters inclu...
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This study aims to investigate the relationship among total length (TL) of fish with mouth opening namely horizontal opening (MH), vertical opening (VH), mouth area (MA) and fork length (FL) of seven sympatric nemipterid fish species and to know the relationship between total length and consumed prey length of five sympatric species sampled from th...
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Trophic ecology of eight species of nemipterid fish including Nemipterus mesoprion, N. hexodon, N. nemurus, N. nematophorus, N. tambuloides, N. peronii, N. furcosus and Scolopsis taeniopterus were studied to investigate their diet composition and trophic relationships between them. Our findings revealed that they were specific predators feeding mai...
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A study wns conducted in coastal waters off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia to deternrine the distribrrtion and abundance of polychaetes around an artificial reef complex.
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A study oIr the distribution pattern of underwater illuminance for squid net fisheries inMalaysiu rvas condueted fronr April to Septenrber, 1996 in sheltered waters of Kapas Island off the coast of Terengganu.
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Amphipods were collected in the stomach of juveniles of orange-spotted grouper (Epinephelus coioides) from four study sites collected during December 2015 to March 2016 were analyzed by stomach content analysis. It was found that the main food items in the stomach of fish samples was seven species of amphipods. They were Grandidierella sp., Cheirip...
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This study was aimed to observe the variation in size and growth change at maturity stage of both sexes for six Nemipterus species in the southern part of the Gulf of Thailand. Sample were collected using bottom trawl net was operated on board of “MV PRAMONG 9” research vessel during April -June, 2015. Male maturity stage-III of all fish species di...
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This study is aimed to observe the variation in size and growth change at maturity stage of both sexes for two common loliginidae squid species; Photololigo chinensis and P. duvaucelii in the lower part of Gulf of Thailand. Males maturity stage-III of both squid species displayed largest range of mantle length 7.9-42.2 cm (mean 24.7±6.9) and 14-24....
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The dynamic mathematical models (e.g., Beverton and Holt 1957, 1966), useful for predicting future yields and stock biomass at different levels of fishing strategies, are extensively used for defining management strategies. The knowledge about growth and mortality of fish populations is an essential prerequisite for the derivation of these models....
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The aim of this study is to simultaneously evaluate the impact of ecological and biological conditions on feeding habits of Portunus pelagicus(Linnaeus, 1758). Samples were collected from May 2013 to September 2014 using gill nets. Four moulting stages, three berried stages and four size classes were distinguished in the material collected. It was...
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Reproductive biology of male and female P. pelagicus is really important for conservation and management of this species. Therefore, this study aim was to determine histological reproductive biology of male and female of P. pelagicus. Samples of P. pelagicus were caught by using crab gill net in different contour of 5m, 10m and 15 in offshore area....
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Length-weight relationships were estimated in the southern Gulf of Thailand for total 575 specimens of 7 fish species of Nemipterus spp. and Scolopsis sp. namely Nemipterus
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Two species of Photololigo spp. were measured in Southern Gulf of Thailand in 2015; the mantle length (ML)-body weight (BW) relationships of 692 samples of two Loliginidae species; Photololigo chinensis were found BW = 0.220ML 2.216 , BW = 0.260ML 2.134 and BW = 0.169ML 2.35 range of total, males and females respectively and the sex ratio was 1: 0....
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The coastal waters of Songkhla Lake in Thailand constitute an important habitat for penaeid shrimps. Despite the high economic value attached to this resource, the biological information necessary for its sustainable exploitation is scanty and fragmented. The present study was therefore designed to investigate the species diversity composition of t...
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Abstract. Assemblages of shrimp in association with habitat, season, and environmental parameters were examined. The tested hypotheses was that habitat, season, and water parameters affect species diversity, density, and community structure of shrimps in the shallow semi-enclosed tropical bay, Thailand. Samples were collected monthly at fi ve dif...
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________________________________________________________________________________________ LEE, S. W., W. WENDY, M. C. ZALINA, A. MD RUHUL, H. SUKREE: A study of Edwardsiella tarda colonizing live Asian clam, Corbicula fl uminea, from Pasir Mas, Kelantan, Malaysia with the emphasis on its antibiogram, heavy metal tolerance and genetic diversity. Vet....
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This study aimed to assess the impact of a small-sized wave breaking wall constructed from concrete poles settled close to the shoreline on the community structure of aquatic fauna. Macroepifauna was collected directly from pole surfaces. Fish, shrimps, macrobenthos, and zooplankton were collected in October 2009, February 2010, and June 2010 at th...
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Community structure of trawl catches including fi shes and macro-invertebrates was assessed in relation to depth zone, time of year, and the infl uence of selected environmental factors. A total of 151,799 fi shes, representing 59 families and 157 species were collected by bottom trawls during daylight hours between November 2005 and July 2007 from...
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Food preferences, feeding attributes, trophic guilds, and ontogenetic changes in diet compositions of 45 fish species collected along coastal waters in the southern areas of the South China Sea, Thailand were examined. Most species had high food intake and fed on specific ranges of food types. Shrimp was the most important food (31.7%), followed by...
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A study on seasonal and spatial variations of feeding habits and trophic guilds of dominant fish species in Pattani Bay during March 2003 to February 2004 was aimed at classifying diet composition, identifying dominant food components of each species, categorizing trophic guilds of the community and evaluating effects of habitat characteristics and...
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One hundred and eight fish species were collected between March 2003 and February 2004 from 11 study sites in Pattani Bay, southern Gulf of Thailand. The catches consisted primarily of juveniles or adults of small-sized fishes, indicating that the bay was important as nursery ground for fishes. Of the 43 families, Leiognathidae (43.3% contribution)...
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Feeding ecology of Sillagosihama and Sillagoingenuua and interrelationship with other 15 fish species, including Stolephoruscommersonii, Escualosathoracata, Lutjanusrusselli, Teraponputa, Ambassiskopsii, Ambassisvachellii, Dendrophysarusselli, Gerresfilamentosus, Leiognathusdecorus, Leiognathussplendens, Leiognathusequulus, Thryssahamiltonii, Caran...
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Analysis of the feeding habits and trophic interrelationships between nine important fish species including Ambassis interruptus, Liza vaigiensis, Escualosa thoracata, Leiognathus decorus, Stolephorus indicus, Gerres oyena, Arius sagor, Sillago sihama and Ambassis kopsii utilizing an impacted coastal habitat revealed that the diets of most species...
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Diversity and community structure of coastal fishes were compared between reforested mangrove and reclaimed sandy habitats at Pasir Ris, in the eastern part of Singapore. Both habitats supported a total of 91 species, but a single species, Ambassis kopsii dominated in abundance. Mean fish density was significantly higher at the reclaimed sandy shor...
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The feeding ecology and trophic organization of 32 fish species found in an highly impacted waters from four sites of the eastern Johor Strait, Singapore has been studied. Among the wide variety of prey consumed, calanoid copepod (46.9% domination) was the most important dietary component of fishes in this ecosystem. In general, fishes show a narro...
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One hundred and thirty-three species of fish were recorded between July 1999 and December 2000 along littoral and shallow sublittoral zones of the eastern Johor Strait, Singapore. The catches consisted primarily of juveniles and adults of small-sized fish. Of the 46 families in the catch, Channidae, Silliganidae, Leiognathidae and Plotosidae were d...
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Estimation of a commercial trawl net resistance by empirical method was conducted on the RV UNIPERTAMA VII in coastal waters of Terengganu, Malaysia. A two-pannel trawl net with a maximum circumference of 67m was successfully towed six times at four different towing velocities and the net resistance for each tow was recorded using a tension meter....
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Natural and Combination Fish Aggregating Devices (FADS) as Tools for Fish Aggregation in Lake Kenyir, Trengganu, Malaysia
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The annual study carried out in Saiburi estuary, Pattani, Gulf of Thailand was aimed to measure distribution and diversity of juvenile fishes of the system. Three selected stations with 3 substations each were sampled from November 1997 to October 1998 by beach seine-knotless net. Altogether, 32,467 juveniles from 134 species were collected, identi...
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Keywords: Squids, phototactic behaviour, underwater illuminance, light fishing ABSTRAK Satu kajian mengenai tindakbalas sotong mabang (Sepioteuthis lessoniana) dan sotong torok (Loligo chinensis) terhadap ciri berlainan cahaya tiruan telah dijalankan di dalam sangfcar ujian. Tindakbalas sotong ini ditentukan melalui Purata Min Kedudukan Sesaran (AM...

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