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Articles by Japar Sidik Bujang
Total Records ( 2 ) for Japar Sidik Bujang
  Mohd Hanafi Idris , Aziz Arshad , Japar Sidik Bujang , Siti Khalijah Daud and Mazlan Abdul Ghaffar
  Studies on taxonomy of pen shells were conducted at Merambong Shoal (N1° 19’ 55.62” E103° 35’ 57.75” ), Tanjung Adang Shoal (N1° 19’ 48.03” E103° 33’ 59.44” ) and Merambong Island (N1° 18’ 54.83” E103° 36’ 33.37” ) off South Western Johor coast, Peninsular Malaysia from August 2005 to June 2006. One hundred and seven individuals of pen shells were collected from the study areas for taxonomy identification. Pen shells were grouped based on the internal and external surface of the valves. Seven species were clearly identified where Atrina and Pinna are dominant. Among these seven species, "Pinna deltodes (Menke, 1843) and Pinna incurva (Gmelin, 1791)" are the new distribution record from the seagrasses bed of Sungai Pulai.
  S.M.N. Amin , Aziz Arshad , Siti Shapor Siraj and Japar Sidik Bujang
  Five species of sergestid shrimps viz., Acetes indicus, Acetes japonicus, Acetes intermedius, Acetes vulgaris and Acetes serrulatus were identified from the different coastal region of Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia. Acetes indicus was recorded from the coastal waters of Klebang Besar in the state of Malacca and also in Kuala Gula Perak. The widely distributed shrimp A. japonicus was identified from the coastal waters of Klebang Besar (Malacca), Kuala Gula (Perak), Bagan Ajam (Pulau Pinang), Kuala Sala (Kedah) and Sungai Berembang (Perlis). Acetes intermedius was collected from the coastal waters of Klebang Besar (Malacca), Seberang Takir (Terengganu) and Bintulu (Sarawak). Acetes vulgaris and A. serrulatus were restricted to the coastal waters of Pontian and Kukup in southwestern Johor.
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