KIKKO Takeshi

    Department of Fisheries Associate Professor
Last Updated :2024/05/29

Researcher Information

J-Global ID

Research Areas

  • Environmental science/Agricultural science / Biological resource conservation

Academic & Professional Experience

  • 2020/04 - Today  近畿大学農学部水産学科 水産増殖学研究室
  • 2018/04 - 2020/03  滋賀県水産試験場 生物資源係
  • 2015/04 - 2018/03  滋賀県農政水産部水産課 漁業環境資源係
  • 2009/04 - 2015/03  滋賀県水産試験場 栽培技術係
  • 2007/04 - 2009/03  滋賀県農政水産部水産課 漁政金融係
  • 2006/04 - 2007/03  滋賀県琵琶湖環境部自然環境保全課琵琶湖レジャー対策室
  • 2001/04 - 2006/03  滋賀県水産試験場醒井養鱒分場

Education

  • 1999/04 - 2001/03  京都大学大学院農学研究科
  • 1995/04 - 1999/03  京都大学農学部

Association Memberships

  • 水産増殖学会   日本魚類学会   日本水産学会   

Published Papers

  • Occurrence of the white-spotted charr Salvelinus leucomaenis in Lake Biwa
    Daisuke Ishizaki; Takeshi Kikko
    Ichthyological Research 2024/06 [Refereed]
  • 琵琶湖の内湖流入河川新山路川におけるたもすくい遊漁によるホンモロコ産卵親魚のCPUE, 性比,成熟
    角野祐太; 香田万里; 石崎大介; 甲斐嘉晃; 亀甲武志
    日本水産学会誌 2024/03 [Refereed]
  • Apparent migration and natal homing of a small minnow in a large anciet lake
    Kikko T; Sato T; Kanaiwa M; Ishizaki D; Kuwamura K; Okamoto H; Ide A; Nemoto M; Takeoka S; Kai Y; Nakayama K; Fujioka Y
    Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2024/01
  • Differences in spawning migration timing and mortality between males and females of the pelagic goby Gymnogibius isaza in Lake Biwa, central Japan
    Tsuyoshi Takenaka; Daisuke Ishizaki; Masataka Hatano; Yasuhiro Fujioka; Yoshiaki Kai; Takeshi Kikko
    Fisheries Science 2023/11 [Refereed]
  • Spawning habitat characteristics of pond smelt Hypomesus nipponensis in small inlet rivers to Lake Yogo, central Japan
    Kyohei Kakuta; Ippei Narita; Daisuke Ishizaki; Yoshiaki Kai; Takeshi Kikko
    Fisheries Science 2023/11 [Refereed]
  • 琵琶湖流入河川姉川流域で採取された特殊斑紋イワナ(ナガレモンイワナ)Salvelinus leucomaenisの交配家系における特殊斑紋の遺伝
    幡野真隆; 菅原和宏; 片岡佳孝; 吉岡 剛; 亀甲武志
    魚類学雑誌 2023/11 [Refereed]
  • Wakimura Kei; Uchi K; Kikko T
    Environmental DNA 2023/04 [Refereed]
     
    Gnathopogon caerulescens, an endemic fish of Lake Biwa, Japan, is one of the most important fishes for lake fisheries. It has been listed as an endangered species following its population decline in the 1990s and thus needs conservation. An increasing number of studies have recently stressed on the importance of incorporating genetic diversity for conservation purposes. In this study, we aimed to evaluate the mitochondrial DNA haplotype composition of G. caerulescens using environmental DNA (eDNA) to determine the genetic diversity of this species. We developed an eDNA-based haplotyping approach using high-throughput sequencing (HTS), which can accurately detect and eliminate erroneous HTS reads, even when the target sequences are differentiated by a single or a few mismatches. Field surveys using the developed method successfully revealed the genetic structure of local G. caerulescens populations. We found star-shaped haplotype networks with two major haplotypes accompanied by several rare haplotypes for all local populations except one, which suggested that the G. caerulescens population had undergone a historical expansion, and its population size did not shrink to the extent that rare haplotypes were eliminated during the population decline in the 1990s. We also observed that the genetic diversity was lower in the northern populations in terms of haplotype number and haplotype diversity (h), suggesting that the decline in population was more severe in the north than in the south. We demonstrated the practical use of eDNA analysis in population genetics of endangered species. Continuous monitoring using this approach would facilitate the conservation and management of fish resources.
  • MASATAKA HATANO; SEIJI UENO; TAKESHI KIKKO
    NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI Japanese Society of Fisheries Science 88 (6) 463 - 471 0021-5392 2022/11 [Refereed]
  • Miyazaki Akane; Sugahara Kazuhiro; Kataoka Yoshitaka; Ishizaki Daisuke; Kai Yoshiaki; Takeshi Kikko
    Fisheries Sciece Springer Science and Business Media LLC 89 (1) 1 - 9 0919-9268 2022/11 [Refereed]
  • Evaluating the efficacy of stocking with hatchery-reared eggs and fish for effective fluvial masu salmon enhancement
    中村智幸; 岸 大介; 徳原哲也; 片岡佳孝; 亀甲武志; 菅原和宏
    Journal of Fisheries Technology 15 (1) 17 - 38 2022/09 [Refereed]
  • Jun‐ichi Tsuboi; Kentaro Morita; Yusuke Koseki; Shinsuke Endo; Genki Sahashi; Daisuke Kishi; Takeshi Kikko; Daisuke Ishizaki; Masanori Nunokawa; Yoichiro Kanno
    Journal of Applied Ecology Wiley 0021-8901 2022/05 [Refereed]
     
    Habitat fragmentation is a pervasive threat to biodiversity. Linearly arranged habitats such as stream networks are particularly vulnerable to fragmentation. As the landscape becomes increasingly human dominated, conservation values of fragmented habitat patches cannot be overlooked. It is critical to understand the demographic mechanisms of population persistence or extirpation in fragmented patches. We studied dynamics of spatially structured populations of two Japanese landlocked salmonids persisting for >30 years in a headwater stream network that is highly fragmented due to low-head dams in the mainstem. We parameterised and analysed spatial matrix population models using 9-year mark-recapture data. Tributaries supported higher survival rates in some life stages, and movement was asymmetrical from the tributaries to the mainstem. Accordingly, population growth rates were higher in the tributary patches than the mainstem in both species despite the tributaries occupying only 12% or 18% of the study stream network by surface area. The tributaries harboured more physically and hydraulically complex instream habitats (i.e. higher wood density and flow refugia), indicating that habitat patch quality was more important than habitat patch size in determining the dynamics of these spatially structured populations. Tributary locations in the stream network were important in the trajectory of these populations. The upstream-dwelling charr persisted in the highly fragmented mainstem patch (i.e. six impassable infrastructures in a <500 m patch) due to immigration of fish from upstream including the tributary. However, the downstream-dwelling salmon has been gradually extirpated from the uppermost section of the fragmented mainstem patch because they could not maintain a positive population growth rate after loss of emigrants was accounted for and immigration was prevented due to fragmentation. Synthesis and applications. We conclude that small tributaries have rescued the spatially structured populations from extirpation (charr) or at least slowed down extirpation (salmon). Legal protection of headwaters as aquatic habitats is weak globally. Our results suggest that stream management plans underestimating the demographic value of small tributaries will likely fail to conserve populations of headwater inhabitants and therefore endanger aquatic biodiversity. We discuss conservation implications of this study related to habitat connectivity and fisheries management.
  • 三重県加茂川におけるアユおよびコイ科魚類3種の食物重複度の季節変化
    石崎大介; 佐藤達也; 亀甲武志; 淀 太我; 吉岡 基
    ICHTHY Natural History of Fishes of Japan 2022/05 [Refereed]
  • Takeshi Kikko; Kazuhiro Sugahara; Yoshitaka Kataoka; Daisuke Ishizaki; Tsuyoshi Yoshioka; Junichi Tsuboi; Kentaro Morita; Masayuki Kuwahara; Kei'ichiro Iguchi; Yoshiaki Kai; Kouji Nakayama
    Zoological Science Zoological Society of Japan 39 (3) 0289-0003 2022/03 [Refereed]
  • 琵琶湖および流出河川瀬田川におけるチャネルキャットフィッシュの生息状況
    石崎大介; 臼杵崇広; 三枝 仁; 上垣雅史; 田口貴史; 根本守仁; 酒井明久; 亀甲武志
    魚類学雑誌 2021/12 [Refereed]
  • Environmental DNA monitoring method of the commercially important and endangered fish Gnathopogon caerulescens
    Uchi K; Wakimura K; Kikko T; Yonekura R; Kawaguchi R; Komada H; Yamanaka H; Kenzaka T; Tani K
    Limnology 2021/08 [Refereed]
  • Predation on larval honmoroko Gnathopogon caerulescens in daytime and nighttime by six fish species
    Yasuhiro Fujioka; Morihito Nemoto; Takeshi Kikko
    Aquaculture Sciece 69 (1) 87 - 91 2021/04 [Refereed]
  • Daisuke Ishizaki; Takamaru Nagata; Takeshi Kikko; Toshiaki Mizuno; Chieri Ida; Takuya Okubo; Yasuhiro Fujioka; Taiga Yodo
    Ichthyological Research Springer Science and Business Media LLC 68 (4) 496 - 505 1341-8998 2021/02 [Refereed]
     
    Migration patterns of Japanese dace Pseudaspius hakonensis in and around Lake Biwa, Japan are unknown, although fluvial-lacustrine life history has been known in most tributaries, the many mature individuals migrating upstream into tributaries in early spring. Field surveys and stable isotope analyses were used to clarify the migratory history of Japanese dace in the Ishida River, inflowing to Lake Biwa. In the field surveys, the number of young of the year (YOY) individuals caught per unit effort (CPUE) by hand net and casting net in the tributary and lake-shore area was calculated. The CPUE peaked from May to July, after the spawning season, thereafter decreasing rapidly, suggesting that YOY Japanese dace migrated downstream to Lake Biwa immediately after emerging, possibly due to the abundant food resources there. From September to November, the CPUE of YOY individuals increased in the lower reaches of the stream, although their stable nitrogen isotope values were variable, in some cases being similar to those recorded in the upper reaches and the lake-shore area. This suggests that some YOY individuals migrate upstream from the lake in autumn. In the present study, the juvenile migration pattern of fluvial-lacustrine Japanese dace in Lake Biwa was described using a CPUE survey and delta N-15 and delta C-13 analyses.
  • ホンモロコGnathopogon caerulescens卵の孵化タイミング
    藤岡康弘; 亀甲武志; 根本守仁
    水産増殖 68 (4) 351 - 356 2020/12 [Refereed]
  • ホンモロコ資源の持続的利用にむけた資源管理技術の開発
    亀甲武志
    日本水産学会誌 86 (5) 367 - 370 2020/09 [Refereed][Invited]
  • Shoichiro Yamamoto; Kentaro Morita; Takeshi Kikko; Kouichi Kawamura; Shunpei Sato; Jin-Chywan Gwo
    FRESHWATER BIOLOGY WILEY 65 (4) 698 - 715 0046-5070 2020/04 [Refereed]
     
    Climate oscillations during the Pleistocene had profound effects on the evolutionary history of freshwater fishes now distributed across northern temperate regions. The extent of continental glaciation on the western side of the North Pacific, including areas of East Asia, was more limited as compared with regions of North America, Europe and high-latitude areas of the North Pacific. Therefore, the effects of climate oscillations might have influenced species in dissimilar ways depending on the species' distribution. We used mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) and microsatellite DNA (msDNA) markers to clarify the evolutionary history of masu salmon Oncorhynchus masou subspecies-complex (family Salmonidae) distributed in historically non-glaciated regions in the western North Pacific. No marked regional or subspecies-specific mtDNA haplotype associations were recognised, except for O. masou subsp., a lacustrine form endemic to Lake Biwa, an ancient lake in central Honshu. The landlocked subspecies O. masou formosanus, with a disjunct distribution on Taiwan Island, exhibited no diagnostic population features differing from the other subspecies, in either mtDNA or msDNA markers. Mismatch distribution and Bayesian skyline plot analyses indicated relatively recent range expansion and rapid population growth for masu salmon during the last glacial period (c. 0.1-0.15 Ma). Contrary to the mtDNA genealogy, Bayesian clustering using msDNA showed two main genetic clusters, mainly northern populations of the subspecies O. m. masou and populations of the subspecies O. m. ishikawae in southern areas of the Japanese Archipelago. Notably, O. m. formosanus on Taiwan Island was included in the O. m. masou group, and O. masou subsp. was included in the O. m. ishikawae group. Our results suggest that the masu salmon subspecies-complex in historically non-glaciated regions of the Temperate Northern Pacific is characterised by weak population structuring and shallow genetic differentiation among the subspecies, except for O. masou subsp. owing to its long isolation in Lake Biwa. Incomplete lineage sorting and historical inter-subspecies hybridisation, possibly due to secondary contact, seem to be plausible explanations for discrepancies in the mitochondrial DNA genealogy and nuclear DNA genetic structure.
  • Spatial covariation of fish population vital rates in a stream network
    Tsuboi J; Morita K; Koseki Y; Endo S; Sahashi G; Kishi D; Kikko T; Ishizaki D; Nunokawa M; Kanno Y
    Oikos 2020/03 [Refereed]
  • Takeshi Kikko; Daisuke Ishizaki; Yoshitaka Kataoka; Nobuyuki Due; Akihisa Sakai; Katsuhiro Nishimori; Yoshiaki Kai; Yasuhiro Fujioka
    ICHTHYOLOGICAL RESEARCH SPRINGER JAPAN KK 67 (1) 185 - 190 1341-8998 2020/01 [Refereed]
     
    Despite a recent study of Honmoroko, Gnathopogon caerulescens, reproduction in lagoons around Lake Biwa having demonstrated the importance of lagoon inlets as spawning habitats for the species, no quantitative studies have examined the conditions determining the environmental suitability of spawning habitats. A survey of Honmoroko egg distribution in the inlets indicated that mature Honmoroko selectively spawn in regions of greater current velocity, utilizing a greater abundance of submerged plants and larger substrate (gravel and pebble) size, not utilizing the emergent plants, habitat characteristics supported by a generalized linear mixed model. The biological information gained is essential for future conservation of Honmoroko spawning habitats.
  • 菅原 和宏; 片岡 佳孝; 孝橋 賢一; 亀甲 武志
    海洋と生物 生物研究社 41 (5) 426 - 430 0285-4376 2019/10 [Refereed]
  • Takeshi Kikko; Daisuke Ishizaki; Taiga Yodo; Shizuo Aino; Kunihiko Kuwamura; Haruo Okamoto; Morihito Nemoto; Kazuki Yoneda; Nobuyuki Oue; Akihisa Sakai; Yasuhiro Fujioka; Yoshiaki Kai; Takuya Sato; Kouji Nakayama
    Journal of fish biology 95 (2) 668 - 672 2019/08 [Refereed]
     
    Otolith growth increments in wild-caught alizarin complex one (ALC)-marked honmoroko Gnathopogon caerulescens were examined to verify the veracity of the age determination method in cyprinids. ALC-marked G. caerulescens recaptured from their natural environment had lapilli increment counts outside the ALC ring mark that had formed on a daily basis during the juvenile stage. This apparently being the first direct evidence of daily periodicity of otolith increment formation in wild-caught cyprinids.
  • Masayuki Kuwahara; Hiroshi Takahashi; Takeshi Kikko; Seiji Kurumi; Kei'ichiro Iguchi
    ICHTHYOLOGICAL RESEARCH SPRINGER JAPAN KK 66 (1) 67 - 78 1341-8998 2019/01 [Refereed]
     
    The establishment of fluvial fish populations from anadromous populations by natural or artificial barriers obstructing migration is a good research subject to study life history plasticity. Biwa salmon, Oncorhynchus masou subsp., a salmonid fish endemic to the Lake Biwa water system, exhibit life history variation (e.g., mature stream-resident males) in addition to a typical lacustrine life history type, indicating potential adaptations of life histories in response to emergence of barriers. Currently, fluvial populations that are morphologically similar to both stream-resident Biwa salmon and amago, the fluvial red-spotted masu salmon, Oncorhynchus masou ishikawae, are found upstream of dams which were constructed in the inflowing rivers of Lake Biwa. However, it is unknown whether they are Biwa salmon or amago. To explore that, the genetic characteristics of nine fluvial populations were investigated through AFLP and mtDNA analyses. Bayesian admixture analysis based on the AFLP data revealed that three fluvial populations were admixed populations between Biwa salmon and amago. In addition, a Biwa salmon mtDNA haplotype was detected in some individuals from three populations. However, no genetically pure fluvial populations of Biwa salmon were found, indicating no life history plasticity in this subspecies, and thus hybridization with amago boosted the ability of this subspecies to establish fluvial populations. Nevertheless, other scenarios, such as hybridization after establishment of fluvial populations of Biwa salmon, are also possible. The latter hypothesis could be supported by the fact that amago did not inhabit the river before emergence of barriers. However, a significant genetic population structure was found only in amago, suggesting that this subspecies is native to the Lake Biwa water system. But the possibility that multiple sources of amago have been released into rivers cannot be excluded. Therefore, further studies on the relationships between amago populations in the upper reaches of the Lake Biwa water system and other populations in the surrounding areas of the Lake Biwa water system are needed to clarify the origins of the admixed populations.
  • Kentaro Morita; Jun-ichi Tsuboi; Genki Sahashi; Takeshi Kikko; Daisuke Ishizaki; Daisuke Kishi; Shinsuke Endo; Yusuke Koseki
    JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY WILEY 93 (4) 750 - 754 0022-1112 2018/10 [Refereed]
     
    The degree of iteroparity in stream-resident forms of masu salmon Oncorhynchus masou was examined using mark-recapture studies in natural streams. In a partially migratory population, at least 10% of resident males survived after maturation and repeatedly matured for up to 5 years. In the landlocked amago salmon subspecies, the post-maturation survival rate was at least 7% and repeat maturation was observed for up to 3 years for both males and females.
  • Juvenile migration of exclusively pelagic cyprinid Gnathopogon caerelescens (Honmoroko) in Lake Biwa, central Japna
    Kikko T; Ishizaki D; Kuwamura K; Okamoto H; Ujiie M; Ide A; Saegusa J; Kai Y; Nakayama K; Fujioka Y
    Journal of Fish Biology 92 1590 - 1603 2018/01 [Refereed]
  • 亀甲 武志; 根本 守仁; 岡本 晴夫; 大植 伸之; 藤岡 康弘; 西森 克浩; 石崎 大介; 吉岡 剛; 大前 信輔; 中村 亮一; 地村 由紀人; 窪田 雄二; 片岡 佳孝
    日本水産学会誌 公益社団法人 日本水産学会 84 (3) 452 - 455 0021-5392 2018
  • 琵琶湖内湖を利用した垂下飼育によるセタシジミの肥育方法
    石崎大介; 幡野真隆; 礒田能年; 亀甲武志; 久米弘人; 松尾雅也
    日本水産学会誌 83 764 - 768 2017/10 [Refereed]
  • 亀甲 武志; 西森 克浩; 久米 弘人; 石崎 大介; 地村 由紀人; 窪田 雄二; 片岡 佳孝; 根本 守仁; 岡本 晴夫
    日本水産学会誌 公益社団法人 日本水産学会 83 (2) 270 - 274 0021-5392 2017
  • 石崎 大介; 亀甲 武志; 藤岡 康弘; 水野 敏明; 永田 貴丸; 淀 太我; 大久保 卓也
    魚類学雑誌 = Japanese journal of ichthyology 日本魚類学会 63 (2) 89 - 106 0021-5090 2016/11 [Refereed]
  • Daisuke Ishizaki; Takahiko Mukai; Takeshi Kikko; Taiga Yodo
    ICHTHYOLOGICAL RESEARCH SPRINGER JAPAN KK 63 (2) 288 - 293 1341-8998 2016/04 [Refereed]
     
    Rhinogobius similis a common goby, widely distributed in Far East Asia, is characterized by an amphidromous life history, adult fish inhabiting the lower reaches of rivers, and larvae in the freshwater area being swept downstream to the sea and returning to the river following a period of pelagic marine existence. Individuals were collected from 6 stations in the Ibi, Nagara and Kamo Rivers, central Japan, and their otolith strontium and calcium environmental signatures examined using electron probe microanalyses. The otolith Sr:Ca ratios of R. similis from the Kamo River suggested a typical amphidromous life history, whereas those of fish collected from the Ibi River suggested two types of migratory life history pattern: amphidromous and river resident. In contrast, the otolith Sr:Ca ratios of fish collected at two stations upriver of a dam in the Nagara River estuary suggested an artificially landlocked life history. Emergent plant vegetation in the lower reaches of the Ibi River created slow currents and pools in the river, thereby possibly enhancing the likelihood of a river resident life history. In the Nagara River, however, landlocked specimens had been obstructed in their downstream migration by the dam. It is suggested that R. similis in central Japan has a variable migratory life history pattern, allowing the species to persist in upstream habitats in large rivers.
  • Takeshi Kikko; Haruo Okamoto; Muneji Ujiie; Takahiro Usuki; Morihito Nemoto; Jin Saegusa; Daisuke Ishizaki; Yasuhiro Fujioka; Yoshiaki Kai; Kouji Nakayama
    FISHERIES SCIENCE SPRINGER JAPAN KK 82 (2) 269 - 278 0919-9268 2016/03 [Refereed]
     
    Honmoroko Gnathopogon caerulescens is a critically endangered species and important for commercial fisheries; thus stock enhancement programs are being conducted to restore resources. We evaluated the genetic population structure of field collected samples including spawned eggs around spawning areas in Lake Biwa and the extent of genetic diversity in wild samples and hatchery stocks using sequences of mitochondrial cytochrome b gene. Pairwise I broken vertical bar st analysis and AMOVA clearly showed minimal population structure and haplotype network did not reveal any clear geographic pattern in Lake Biwa. It is probable that strays spawn in non-natal spawning areas, resulting in significant levels of gene flow among spawning areas. Genetic characteristics of hatchery stock F1, F2, and F3 were similar to those of wild samples in terms of haplotype diversity, nucleotide diversity and pairwise I broken vertical bar st values. These results indicate that the relatively high genetic diversity at its initiation was retained due to a lot of broodstock over two successive generations. Accordingly we propose that the current Honmoroko breeding method is appropriate for conserving the genetic diversity of Honmoroko and that the hatchery stock are genetically compatable for release and stock enhancement.
  • Diel patterns of larval drift of honmoroko Gnathopogon caerelescens in an inlet of Ibanaiko Lagoon, Lake Biwa
    Kikko T; Ishizaki D; Ninomiya K; Kai Y; Fujioka Y
    Journal of Fish Biology 86 409 - 416 2015/12 [Refereed]
  • 亀甲 武志; 岡本 晴夫; 氏家 宗二
    魚類学雑誌 日本魚類学会 62 (2) 157 - 162 0021-5090 2015/11
  • Response of sex ratio to timing of breeding in the small cyprinid Gnathopogon caerelescens
    Fujioka Y; Kikko T; Saegusa J; Usuki T; Ohtsuka T
    87 958 - 966 2015/06 [Refereed]
  • Takeshi Kikko; Takahiro Usuki; Daisuke Ishizaki; Yoshiaki Kai; Yasuhiro Fujioka
    ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OF FISHES SPRINGER 98 (4) 1151 - 1161 0378-1909 2015/04 [Refereed]
     
    Egg size affects larval size, growth rate, survival and fecundity with maternal fitness being maximized by a trade-off between egg size and fecundity. Production of a small number of large eggs maximizes female fitness under poor food conditions, as does a large number of small eggs under rich food conditions. Gnathopogon caerulescens (Honmoroko) spawns over a wide range of water temperature from spring to summer. Thus, we determined whether or not egg size varied with water temperature and how egg size influenced hatchling size at different water temperature. Changes in egg size strongly correlated with seasonal changes in water temperature around the lake, regardless of time and area. An experiment using eggs from the lake indicated that hatchling size has a significant positive relationship with egg size in water temperatures of 24 A degrees C. On the other hand, a lower incubation temperature, similar to that likely to be encountered at the beginning of the spawning season, resulted in a smaller hatchling size, eggs requiring a longer time to hatch. At the beginning of the spawning season, therefore, egg size may have a lesser impact on hatching size in the natural environment of Honmoroko because of the relatively lower temperatures. Although fish larvae below a certain threshold of effective body size are generally not expected to have a high early survival rate due to, for example, a lower competitive ability or a high susceptibility to predation, seasonal egg size variation in Honmoroko may be adaptive so as to enhance the likehood of early survival by establishing an effective body size under changing water temperature conditions.
  • Fujioka Yasuhiro; Saegusa Jin; Kikko Takeshi
    Aquaculture Science Japanese Society for Aquaculture Science 63 (4) 463 - 468 0371-4217 2015 
    The spawning of paired "honmoroko" (Gnathopogon caerulescens), a small cyprinid fish that is endemic to Lake Biwa, was investigated in relation to frequency of spawning, egg hatching rates, and occurrence of deformities in hatchlings through a spawning season. Four female/male pairs, which were reared in captivity in tanks supplied with lake water, spawned 6-9 times/pair between April and the end of June or July, with 44.4-100% (mean 84.6%) of the eggs in each brood hatching. The mean deformity rate of the hatchlings was low (1.5%). These results suggest that "honmoroko" is capable of normal spawning in pairs even though this species usually exhibits polyandrous spawning in nature, and that pair spawning can reveal some detailed reproductive traits of this fish.
  • ISHIZAKI DAISUKE; HATANO MASATAKA; IDOMOTO JUN-ICHI; KUME HIROTO; KIKKO TAKESHI
    NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI The Japanese Society of Fisheries Science 81 (6) 998 - 1000 0021-5392 2015 [Refereed]
     
    琵琶湖固有種セタシジミの肥満度と採苗量の関係を調査した。琵琶湖ののべ 19 漁場で採捕したセタシジミの体重に占める軟体部の乾燥重量の割合を測定し肥満度を求めた。また,それらの漁場で採捕した個体を用いて人工採卵し,肥満度と得られた D 型仔貝の数との関係を解析した。その結果,各漁場の肥満度と採苗量に有意な回帰直線が得られ,正の相関が認められた。このことから,肥満度が採苗量の指標として有効であると考えられた。
  • KIKKO TAKESHI; NINOMIYA KOUJI; KAI YOSHIAKI; KITAKADO TOSHIHIDE; ISHIZAKI DAISUKE; UJIIE MUNEJI; SAWADA NORIO; SAEGUSA JIN; SAKAI AKIHISA; SUZUKI TAKAO; NISHIMORI KATUHIRO
    NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI The Japanese Society of Fisheries Science 81 (1) 17 - 26 0021-5392 2015 
      To estimate the catch of Honmoroko Gnathopogon caerulescens by recreational anglers around Ibanaiko lagoon, which is adjacent to Laka Biwa, for effective fisheries management, we randomly interviewed anglers from March to May 2012 and 2013. The number of Honmoroko caught by anglers was estimated using a two-stage sampling design; fishing days were samples for the first stage, anglers for the second stage, and we conducted a creel census of anglers. The estimated number of Honmoroko caught by anglers around Ibanaiko Lagoon was 272,275 (coefficient of variation=14%) in 2012 and 85,489 (CV=13%) in 2013. This study yielded useful information for the assessment and management of Honmoroko in Lake Biwa.
  • Yasuhiro Fujioka; Morihito Nemoto; Takeshi Kikko; Takane Isoda
    FISHERIES SCIENCE SPRINGER JAPAN KK 80 (5) 985 - 991 0919-9268 2014/09 [Refereed]
     
    The sex ratios of the nigorobuna Carassius auratus grandoculis reared in paddy fields during the sex differentiation periods of larval and juvenile stages were examined, since the phenotypic expression of sex in the fish is thermolabile, so that sex determination is under the control of genetic factors and temperature. After 2 days from hatching, the larvae were introduced into five paddy fields at five different densities in late May. After 37 or 41 days from hatching the juveniles were collected when the water was drained from the paddy fields, and reared in laboratory tanks supplied with running freshwater pumped from the lake shore until the age of 144-164 days. The mean water temperatures in the paddy fields were 22.4-24.1 A(0)C, and the maximum water temperature during the day frequently exceeded 30 A(0)C during the supposed critical period of sex determination of the fish. The sex ratios in the five paddy fields did not show a male-bias. Instead, all fields produced either balanced or slightly female-bias sex ratios. These results suggest that temporary high and fluctuating temperatures in paddy fields with low mean temperatures have hardly any masculinization effects on genotypic females of C. auratus grandoculis during sex differentiation stages.
  • Kikko Takeshi; Okamoto Haruo; Ujiie Muneji; Ishizaki Daisuke; Usuki Takahiro; Nemoto Morihito; Saegusa Jin; Kai Yoshiaki; Fujioka Yasuhiro
    Japanese Journal of Ichthyology The Ichthyological Society of Japan 61 (1) 1 - 8 0021-5090 2014 
    To clarify the reproductive ecology of the endangered cyprinid Honmoroko, Gnathopogon caerulescens, endemic to Lake Biwa, the occurrence of eggs in inlets, sex ratio and monthly changes in gonad somatic indices (GSI) were investigated in the Nishinoko lagoon, adjacent to Lake Biwa, from March to May, 2012. Eggs of Honmoroko were found on gravel and vegetation in two inlets, suggesting that not only the reed zone of Lake Biwa and its lagoons but also inlets of the lagoons are important spawning habitats of that species. The sex ratios of individuals collected in the two inlets were more malebiased (11.2–32.1 : 1) than that in the reed zone of the lagoon (1.5–2.7 : 1). The GSI of males gradually decreased as the breeding season progressed, those of females not showing any significant statistical changes, except for individuals collected around the reed zone and inlet in April. It was concluded that males remain in inlets and the reed zone during spawning, whereas females migrate to the inlets only for spawning, subsequently returning to the reed zone until the next spawning session.
  • SUGAHARA KAZUHIRO; IDE ATSUHIKO; SAKAI AKIHISA; SUZUKI TAKAO; KUME HIROTO; KIKKO TAKESHI; NISHIMORI KATSUHIRO; SEKI SHINSUKE
    NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI The Japanese Society of Fisheries Science 80 (1) 45 - 52 0021-5392 2014 [Refereed]
     
      To assess the status of recreational trolling of the Biwa salmon Oncorhynchus masou subsp. in Lake Biwa, recreational anglers have been obliged to register with the Lake Biwa Fisheries Management Committee since December 2008. Reports for three years show that the number of anglers increased every year. The submission rate of catch reports was about 90%. Over this three-year period, the total number of fishing days and fish caught in the summer season were much larger than those in the winter season. Although about 10,000 fish were caught by anglers every year, 41.4-67.3% of them were released. The total amount of fish caught by the anglers was estimated to be 6.6-8.6 t, and the total annual commercial catch of Biwa salmon in Lake Biwa was 23.2-45.8 t.
  • 透明鱗ウグイTribolodon hakonensisの初記録
    石崎大介; 亀甲武志; 大前信輔; 淀太我
    魚類学雑誌 60 76 - 77 2013/05 [Refereed]
  • Kikko Takeshi; Nemoto Morihito; Ban Syuhei; Saegusa Jin; Sawada Norio; Ishizaki Daisuke; Nakahashi Tomihisa; Teramoto Noriyuki; Fujioka Yasuhiro
    Aquaculture Science Japanese Society for Aquaculture Science 61 (3) 303 - 309 0371-4217 2013 [Refereed]
     
    Growth and survival of larval and juvenile honmoroko Gnathopogon caerulescens were examined in paddy fields, to evaluate importance of the paddy fields as an initial growth environment for the fish. Twenty to eighty individuals per m2 of the hatched larvae were released and reared in 6 paddy fields near the coastal area of the eastern side of Lake Biwa for 19 to 25 days in 2009 and 2011, respectively. Survival rates of the fish at the end of the experiment varied from 23.1 to 43.9% and the standard length at that time was from 15.2 to 21.9 mm. Growth rates in larvae and juveniles were relatively higher in paddy fields than those of fish in an adjacent lagoon and in aquaculture ponds. These results suggest that paddy fields can be considered to be highly effective as an initial growth environment for G. caerulescens.
  • Kikko Takeshi; Nemoto Morihito; Ban Syuhei; Saegusa Jin; Sawada Norio; Ishizaki Daisuke; Nakahashi Tomihisa; Teramoto Noriyuki; Fujioka Yasuhiro
    Aquaculture Science Japanese Society for Aquaculture Science 61 (1) 19 - 26 0371-4217 2013 [Refereed]
     
    Growth and survival of larval and juvenile Gengoroubuna Carassius cuvieri were determined in paddy fields, to evaluate importance of paddy fields as an initial growth environment for the fish. Twenty to eighty individuals per m2 of C. cuvieri larvae were released and reared in 7 paddy fields near the coastal area of the eastern side of Lake Biwa during 23 to 27 days in 2009 and 2011, respectively. Survival rates of the fish at the end of the experiment varied from 37.9 to 76.1% and standard length at that time was from 12.2 to 20.0 mm. Growth rates in larvae and juveniles were higher in paddy fields than those of fish reared in ponds. These results suggest that paddy fields are considered to be highly effective as an initial growth environment for C. cuvieri.
  • Yasuhiro Fujioka; Takashi Taguchi; Takeshi Kikko
    NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI JAPANESE SOC FISHERIES SCIENCE 79 (1) 31 - 37 0021-5392 2013/01 [Refereed]
     
    The small cyprinid honmoroko Gnathopogon caerulescens is an endemic species of Lake Biwa, Japan, and a commercial resource for fisheries and aquaculture. In a laboratory setting, using eggs collected in the field, we investigated the relationship between the date of hatching of five successive cohorts of this fish and certain spawning parameters of each cohort at adulthood. Depending on the cohort, adult females spawned on average 3,000-4,000 eggs apiece in 1.5-3.5 mean spawning events between early April (water temperature 10.5 degrees C) and mid-July (25.9 degrees C). Spawning occurred at intervals of 3 to 9 days in May and June in one cohort, but irregularly in the other cohorts. More than 80% of the eggs released were spawned early in the breeding season (at <20 degrees C water temperature) in the three earlier-hatched cohorts, but the two later-hatched cohorts spawned less than 70% of the eggs during the same period. These data show that G. caerulescens is a multiple spawner with spawning occurring intermittently several times during the spawning season; they also suggest that the date of hatching affects the spawning pattern at maturity.
  • Masayuki Kuwahara; Hiroshi Takahashi; Takeshi Kikko; Seiji Kurumi; Kei'ichiro Iguchi
    ICHTHYOLOGICAL RESEARCH SPRINGER JAPAN KK 59 (3) 195 - 201 1341-8998 2012/07 [Refereed]
     
    An investigation to determine the extent of introgression between Biwa salmon Oncorhynchus masou subsp. and lake-run Amago salmon O. m. ishikawae from Lake Biwa was conducted using mtDNA sequence and amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) analysis. Hatchery-reared Amago salmon from the Samegai Trout Farm, the main source of stock released into the inflowing rivers of Lake Biwa, were also investigated. The extent of mtDNA introgression between these two subspecies was quite low: an anomalous haplotype was detected in just 1 of 55 Biwa salmon and 2 of 63 lake-run Amago salmon. Many of the mtDNA haplotypes found in lake-run Amago salmon were common to those in hatchery-reared Amago salmon. In the AFLP analysis, the nuclear genome of Amago salmon was hardly detected in Biwa salmon, but the Biwa salmon genome comprised 13.4% of the total amplified fragments from lake-run Amago salmon, being detected in different proportions in 28 of the 63 investigated individuals of the latter subspecies. These results suggest that introgression has occurred between Biwa salmon and lake-run Amago salmon descending from hatchery-reared Amago salmon from the Samegai Trout Farm.
  • 琵琶湖沿岸におけるフナ類およびコイ産着卵の大量干出
    亀甲武志; 根本守仁; 澤田宣雄; 藤岡康弘; 甲斐嘉晃
    魚類学雑誌 59 84 - 86 2012/05 [Refereed]
  • Nakamura Tomoyuki; Kishi Daisuke; Tokuhara Tetsuya; Kubota Hitoshi; Kikko Takeshi; Tsuboi Jun-ichi
    Japanese Journal of Ichthyology The Ichthyological Society of Japan 59 (2) 163 - 167 0021-5090 2012 [Refereed]
  • Takeshi Kikko; Yoshitaka Kataoka; Katsuhiro Nishimori; Yasuhiro Fujioka; Yoshiaki Kai; Kouji Nakayama; Toshihide Kitakado
    ICHTHYOLOGICAL RESEARCH SPRINGER JAPAN KK 58 (4) 370 - 376 1341-8998 2011/11 [Refereed]
     
    Size at maturity of fluvial white-spotted charr, Salvelinus leucomaenis, was studied in small headwater tributaries of nine rivers around the Lake Biwa water system, Japan. Threshold size at maturity in both sexes showed significant positive relationships with water discharge, indicating that smaller threshold sizes at maturity of fluvial white-spotted charr occurred in smaller habitats. These results provide a link between size at maturity and habitat size and have important implications for the management of both habitats and white-spotted charr populations.
  • KIKKO TAKESHI; NISHIMORI KATUHIRO; IDE ATUHIKO; SEKI SHINSUKE; NINOMIYA KOUJI; SUGAHARA KAZUHIRO
    NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI The Japanese Society of Fisheries Science 75 (6) 1102 - 1105 0021-5392 2009/11 [Refereed]
  • Takeshi Kikko; Yoshiaki Kai; Kouji Nakayama
    ICHTHYOLOGICAL RESEARCH SPRINGER TOKYO 56 (1) 100 - 104 1341-8998 2009/01 [Refereed]
     
    The relationships between census population size and tributary length and between haplotype diversity of the mitochondrial DNA and census population size in ten white-spotted charr populations in the Lake Biwa water system and its adjacent basins were investigated. The census population size (number of fish with a parts per thousand yen100 mm in standard length) significantly increased with the tributary length. In the eastern part of the Lake Biwa water system, haplotype diversity increased with the census population size. On other hand, in the western part of the water system and adjacent basins, haplotype diversity was zero irrespective of the census population size. These results suggest that white-spotted charr populations in the eastern and western part of the Lake Biwa water system have undergone different levels of bottlenecks related to the habitat size in the postglacial warming.
  • Takeshi Kikko; Yasushi Harada; Daisuke Takeuchi; Yoshiaki Kai
    FISHERIES SCIENCE SPRINGER JAPAN KK 74 (4) 935 - 937 0919-9268 2008/08 [Refereed]
  • Takeshi Kikko; Yoshiaki Kai; Masayuki Kuwahara; Kouji Nakayama
    ICHTHYOLOGICAL RESEARCH SPRINGER TOKYO 55 (2) 141 - 147 1341-8998 2008/05 [Refereed]
     
    The genetic variations-and the time dependence of such variations-of natural populations of the white-spotted charr ,Salvelinus leucomaenis, in the Lake Biwa water system as well as those of a hatchery-reared population were inferred from AFLP. Upon the application of principal coordinate analysis using 118 polymorphic AFLP fragments based on the Jaccard similarity index, specimens of each of six natural local populations from the inlet rivers of Lake Biwa grouped roughly together, suggesting that each local population was genetically differentiated. The hatchery-reared population was shown to be closely related to the local population in the Seri River, suggesting that the Seri River population originated from hatchery-reared charr due to extensive stocking. Furthermore, specimens of the Yasu River grouped in a somewhat different position from the other natural populations, agreeing well with its geographic distance from the other populations. The nucleotide diversities of six natural populations (Harihata River, Ishida River, two reaches of the Takatoki River, Ane River, and Yasu River) in 2002 or 2003 were relatively low (pi a= 0.067-0.146%) compared with that of the Seri River (0.278%) and the hatchery-reared charr (0.316%). The nucleotide diversity in the five local populations (Ishida River, two reaches of the Takatoki River, Ane River, and Yasu River) remained at a low level from 1994 to 2002/2003, but only the nucleotide diversity in the Harihata River actually decreased. From 1994 to 2002/2003, the nucleotide diversity in the Seri River remained at a higher level among the natural populations from 1994 to 2002/2003; it was enhanced by the artificial release of hatchery-reared charr before 1994. In order to conserve the genetic diversity of the white-spotted charr in the Lake Biwa water system, it is necessary to prevent the stocking of hatchery-reared charr in reaches where hatchery-reared charr have not previously been stocked.
  • Takeshi Kikko; Masayuki Kuwahara; Kei'ichiro Iguchi; Seiji Kurumi; Shoichiro Yamamoto; Yoshiaki Kai; Kouji Nakayama
    Zoological science 25 (2) 146 - 53 2008/02 [Refereed]
     
    A phylogeographic analysis of mitochondrial DNA sequences was performed in order to elucidate the origin, dispersal process, and genetic structure of white-spotted charr in the Lake Biwa water system. Two haplotypes were most common in the Lake Biwa water system, and were also common in the adjacent inlet rivers of the Sea of Japan. These results suggest that in the glacial periods of the Pleistocene, white-spotted charr dispersed into the northern inlet rivers of Lake Biwa from adjacent inlet rivers of the Sea of Japan by watershed exchanges, colonizing the whole of the Lake Biwa water system. Mitochondrial DNA diversity contrasted sharply between the western and eastern parts of the system, suggesting that the populations in the western part might be more reduced than those in the eastern part in relation to the smaller habitat size. The high overall FST estimate (0.50), together with pairwise comparisons of FST, indicated significant genetic divergence between populations due to isolation and small population size. Hierarchical analysis (AMOVA) also showed that genetic variation was more pronounced among regions (28.39%) and among populations within regions (47.24%) than within populations (24.37%). This suggests that each population in and around the Lake Biwa water system should be treated as a significant unit for conservation and management.
  • Kikko Takeshi; Sato Takuya; Kano Yuichi; Harada Yasushi; Kai Yoshiaki
    Japanese Journal of Ichthyology The Ichthyological Society of Japan 54 (1) 79 - 85 0021-5090 2007 [Refereed]
     
    The occurrence and distribution of the threatened nagaremon-charr, a morphotype of Salvelinus leucomaenis japonicus, were investigated in the Ane River system, Lake Biwa basin, Shiga Prefecture, central Japan, in August, 2005. The total numbers of nagaremon-type charr and typical-type charr captured were 20 and 38, respectively. The occurrence of nagaremon-type charr has dropped dramatically compared with the 1970s, suggesting that artificial transplantation might have obscured indigenous gene pools and modified evolutionary distinctions of that morphotype. Nagaremon-type charr were distributed further upstream than the typical-type, a significant only the former being captured above waterfall. These observations suggest that habitat restoration, prohibition of fishing and removal of Salvelinus leucomaenis pluvius are essential for practical conservation of the nagaremon-type charr.
  • Masaya Takagi; Takeshi Kikko; Masatomi Hosoi; Isao Hayashi; Haruhiko Toyohara
    Fisheries Science 70 (4) 682 - 687 0919-9268 2004/08 [Refereed]
     
    We have cloned a cDNA encoding the matrix metalloproteinase (MMP) from oyster Crassostrea gigas. The clone contains a 1797 bp open reading frame encoding a protein of 599 amino acids. Oyster MMP (Cg-MMP) has a transmembrane domain at its C-terminal and a furin/ prohormone convertase cleavage site at the end of a propeptide domain, which are commonly observed in membrane-type MMPs (MT-MMPs). This suggests that Cg-MMP is an MT-MMP. The deduced amino acid sequence of oyster MMP shares approximately 30% identity with human MT4-MMP and MMPs from fruit fly and hydra. Cg-MMP mRNA was detected in the gill, mantle and adductor muscle, and more intense signals in the northern blot analysis were recognized in the gill and adductor muscle. Similar tissue distribution was observed for tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinase (Cg-TIMP) in oyster. In response to hypoxic stress, the abundance of Cg-MMP mRNA was elevated in the gill, while that of Cg-TIMP mRNA remained almost constant. These findings suggest that promotion of collagen metabolism may be implicated in the hypoxic adaptation in oyster.

Books etc

  • 内水面漁協と私 研究職、行政、大学の経験を内水面に活かす
    亀甲武志 養殖ビジネス 2024/02
  • 水田生態系のための技術指針
    (Contributorホンモロコ、二ゴロブナ、ゲンゴロウブナ、ギンブナ)滋賀県立大学 2019/03
  • 琵琶湖の伝統漁法 エリ漁
    亀甲武志 (Contributor)会報 河川文化 84号 2018/03
  • 小学館の図鑑Z 日本魚類館
    (Contributorイトウ、イワナ、オショロコマ)小学館 2018/03
  • 伊吹山大探検シリーズ② 伊吹山を知る やさしい 生きもの学の本
    (Contributor伊吹山山麓 姉川にすむナガレモンイワナ)東海大学出版会 2016/03
  • 滋賀県で大切にすべき野生生物 滋賀県レッドデータブック2015年度版
    (Joint workイワナ)滋賀県 2015/03
  • 見えない脅威“国内外来魚”:どう守る地域の生物多様性
    (Joint work琵琶湖水系のイワナの保全と利用にむけて)東海大学出版会 2013/03
  • 滋賀県で大切にすべき野生生物 滋賀県レッドデータブック2010年度版
    (Joint workイワナ)滋賀県 2011/03
  • Dawes, John; 甲斐, 嘉晃; 亀甲, 武志; 中山, 耕至; 中坊, 徹次 (Joint translation)朝倉書店 2011 9784254177626 113p

Conference Activities & Talks

  • 琵琶湖南湖および瀬田川におけるチャネルキャットフィッシュの摂餌生態
    亀甲武志
    関西淀川流域チャネルキャットフィッシュ対策情報交換会  2024/03
  • 琵琶湖流入河川におけるトウヨシノボリの産卵時期とふ化仔魚の流下タイミング
    寺田麗香; 松井謙弥; 山口理央; 石崎大介; 甲斐嘉晃; 亀甲武志
    第78回魚類自然史研究会  2024/03
  • 琵琶湖に放流された養殖ウナギ4(銀毛の可能性)
    小田康平; 高作佳汰; 加澤渚; 岸脇由宇太; 田辺祥子; 石崎大介; 光永靖; 小林徹; 亀甲武志
    令和6年度日本水産学会春季大会  2024/03
  • 琵琶湖に放流された養殖ウナギ3(耳石バックカリキュレーションによる成長解析)
    加澤渚; 高作佳汰; 松田直往; 石崎大介; 田辺祥子; 光永靖; 小林徹; 亀甲武志
    令和6年度日本水産学会春季大会  2024/03
  • 琵琶湖に放流された養殖ウナギ2(食性)
    高作佳汰; 花木基子; 加澤渚; 田辺祥子; 石崎大介; 光永靖; 小林徹; 亀甲武志
    令和6年度日本水産学会春季大会  2024/03
  • 琵琶湖に放流された養殖ウナギ1(大型個体出現のメカニズム)
    高作佳汰; 花木基子; 加澤渚; 田辺祥子; 石崎大介; 光永靖; 小林徹; 亀甲武志
    令和6年度日本水産学会春季大会  2024/03
  • 環境DNAを用いた琵琶湖流入河川におけるイワナSalvelinus leucomaenisの季節的分布移動と遺伝的多様性解析
    田辺祥子; 江藤彰汰; 亀甲武志
    令和6年度日本水産学会春季大会  2024/03
  • 生息環境及び移入されたアマゴがゴギの生息数に与える影響
    佐々木悠人; 亀山晃政; 亀甲武志; 鳥澤眞介; 光永靖
    令和6年度日本水産学会春季大会  2024/03
  • 標識採捕により推定された琵琶湖流入河川のカジカ大卵型の移動と成熟
    瀬川木雪; 前圭士郎; 宇野航太郎; 亀甲武志
    令和6年度日本水産学会春季大会  2024/03
  • 余呉湖沿岸で採捕したワカサギ稚魚の孵化日組成
    角田恭平; 成田一平; 石崎大介; 甲斐嘉晃; 亀甲武志
    令和6年度日本水産学会春季大会  2024/03
  • 西の湖沿岸で採捕されたホンモロコ稚魚の孵化日組成
    香田万里; 根本守仁; 寺井章人; 片岡佳孝; 石崎大介; 米田一紀; 甲斐嘉晃; 亀甲武志
    令和6年度日本水産学会春季大会  2024/03
  • イサザGymnogobius isazaの産卵場で確認された死亡個体の特性
    竹中剛志; 松井謙弥; 團秀太; 前圭士郎; 時枝崇一朗; 花木基子; 石崎大介; 甲斐嘉晃; 亀甲武志
    令和6年度日本水産学会春季大会  2024/03
  • 余呉湖のワカサギ稚魚の孵化日組成
    角田恭平; 成田一平; 石崎大介; 甲斐嘉晃; 亀甲武志
    2023年度日本水産学会近畿支部例会  2023/12
  • 琵琶湖流入河川におけるイワナ稚魚の移動
    時枝崇一郎; 篠岡俊樹; 山崎琉ノ介; 亀甲武志
    2023年度日本水産学会近畿支部例会  2023/12
  • 安定同位体比分析を用いた琵琶湖における放流ウナギの食性
    加澤渚; 高作圭汰; 松田直往; 石崎大介; 田辺祥子; 光永靖; 小林徹; 亀甲武志
    2023年度日本水産学会近畿支部例会  2023/12
  • 耳石バックカリキレーションによる琵琶湖のウナギの成長解析
    加澤渚; 高作圭汰; 松田直往; 石崎大介; 田辺祥子; 光永靖; 小林徹; 亀甲武志
    2023年度日本水産学会近畿支部例会  2023/12
  • 琵琶湖沿岸部におけるホンモロコの産卵場所の選択性
    香田万里; 角野祐太; 石崎大介; 甲斐嘉晃; 亀甲武志
    2023年度日本水産学会近畿支部例会  2023/12
  • 琵琶湖流入河川野洲川におけるカジカ大卵型の個体数推定
    前圭士郎; 宇野航太郎; 瀬川小雪; 亀甲武志
    2023年度日本水産学会近畿支部例会  2023/12
  • 標識再捕により推定された琵琶湖流入河川のカジカ大卵型の移動と成熟
    瀬川小雪; 前圭士郎; 宇野航太郎; 亀甲武志
    2023年度日本水産学会近畿支部  2023/12
  • 余呉湖におけるワカサギの自然産卵による増殖効果について
    亀甲武志
    第26回ワカサギに学ぶ会  2023/11
  • 自然再生産による水産資源の増殖の取り組み  [Invited]
    亀甲武志
    富山県内水面漁協研修会  2023/09
  • ホンモロコの初期生活史と産卵回帰性  [Invited]
    亀甲武志
    立命館大学 「地域資源×グリーンイノベーション」 微生物から魚まで、環境と未来のお話。  2023/09
  • 内水面漁協と私  [Invited]
    亀甲武志
    令和5年度やるぞ内水面漁業活性化事業~漁協の抱える問題点を共有し、漁協の運営改善を目指すウェブセミナー~  2023/09
  • 琵琶湖流出河川瀬⽥川におけるチャネルキャットフィッシュの増加とギギの減少
    石﨑 大介; 臼杵 崇広; 三枝 仁; 亀甲 武志
    2023年度日本魚類学会年会  2023/09
  • ⾃然保護区域に⽣息するゴギと移⼊されたアマゴの流程に沿った分布
    佐々木 悠人; 亀甲 武志; 鳥澤 眞介; 光永 靖
    2023年度日本魚類学会年会  2023/09
  • 琵琶湖沿岸で確認されたビワヨシノボリ Rhinogobius biwaensis 雄の雌擬態
    松井 謙弥; 寺田 麗香; 前 圭士郎; 山崎 琉ノ介; 石崎 大介; 甲斐 嘉晃; 大フィールド研; 小林 徹; 亀甲 武志
    2023年度日本魚類学会年会  2023/09
  • 標識再捕獲法から推定されるカジカ⼤卵型の移動と成⻑
    前 圭士郎; 宇野 航太朗; 瀬川 木雪; 亀甲 武志
    2023年度日本魚類学会年会  2023/09
  • 放流されたアマゴの河川での残存率に及ぼすスモルト化の影響
    幡野 真隆; 菅原 和宏; 吉岡 剛; 亀甲 武志
    2023年度日本魚類学会年会  2023/09
  • イサザ Gymnogobius isaza の繁殖期間における雄に偏った死亡率
    竹中 剛志; 松井 謙弥; 前 圭士郎; 團 秀太; 時枝 崇一朗; 花木 基子; 石崎 大介; 甲斐 嘉晃; 亀甲 武志
    2023年度日本魚類学会年会  2023/09
  • 琵琶湖流⼊河川におけるイワナ稚⿂の下流への分散
    時枝 崇一朗; 宅間 聖将; 古出 直也; 山崎 琉ノ介; 亀甲武志
    2023年度日本魚類学会年会  2023/09
  • ⼩河川から余呉湖へのワカサギ孵化仔⿂の流下の⽇周性
    角田 恭平; 成田 一平; 石崎 大介; 甲斐 嘉晃; 亀甲 武志
    2023年度日本魚類学会年会  2023/09
  • 余呉湖におけるワカサギの産卵遡上時期の早期化
    成田 一平; 角田 恭平; 石崎 大介; 甲斐 嘉晃; 亀甲 武志
    2023年度日本魚類学会年会  2023/09
  • 琵琶湖南湖および瀬⽥川におけるチャネルキャットフィッシュの摂餌⽣態
    高作 圭汰; 花木 基子; 加澤 渚; 上田 健太; 石崎 大介; 光永 靖; 小林 徹; 亀甲 武志
    2023年度日本魚類学会年会  2023/09
  • ホンモロコの琵琶湖沿岸における産卵場所の選択性
    香田 万里; 角野 祐太; 亀甲 武志; 石崎 大介; 甲斐 嘉晃
    2023年度日本魚類学会年会  2023/09
  • 琵琶湖⻄部の⼩河川群におけるイワナの⽣息状況
    山崎 琉ノ介; 古出 直也; 宅間 聖将; 石崎 大介; 甲斐 嘉晃; 亀甲 武志
    2023年度日本魚類学会年会  2023/09
  • Downward dispersion of young-of-the-year Nagaremon-charr, threatened morphotype of Salvelinus leucomaenis in the Ane River, Lake Biwa, central Japan
    Masataka Hatano; Tsuyoshi Yoshioka; Kazuhiro Sugahara; Yoshitaka Kataoka; Kouta Miyamoto; Takeshi Kikko
    10th International Charr Symposium  2023/06
  • Long-term population fluctuation of Nagaremon-charr, a threatened morphotype of Salvelinus leucomaenis in the Ane River, Lake Biwa, central Japan, throughout before and after fishing prohibition
    Takeshi Kikko; Kazuhiro Sugahara; Masataka Hatano; Daisuke Ishizaki; Yoshitaka Kataoka; Ryunosuke Yamazaki; Junich Tsuboi; Kentaro Morita
    10th International Charr Symposium  2023/06
  • Occurrence of white-spotted charr Salvelinus leucomaenis in Lake Biwa, in central Japan
    Daisuke Ishizaki; Takeshi Kikko
    10th International Charr Symposium  2023/05
  • Longitudinal distribution patterns of Gogi charr (Salvelinus leucomaenis imbrius) near the southern limit of the distribution and the introduced Amago salmon (Oncorhynchus masou ishikawae) in Saijo River, west Honshu, Japan
    Yuto Sasaki; Takeshi Kikko; Shinsuke Torisawa; Yasushi Mitsunaga
    10th International Charr Symposium  2023/05
  • 琵琶湖に生息するワカサギの産卵時期の早期化
    成田一平; 角田恭平; 石崎大介; 甲斐嘉晃; 亀甲武志
    令和5年度 日本水産学会春季大会  2023/03
  • 伊庭内湖流入河川におけるたもすくい遊漁におけるホンモロコ産卵親魚の採捕特性
    角野祐太; 香田万里; 石崎大介; 甲斐嘉晃; 亀甲武志
    令和5年度 日本水産学会春季大会  2023/03
  • 琵琶湖流入河川野洲川におけるカジカ大卵型の個体数推定
    前圭士郎; 宇野航太郎; 瀬川小雪; 角野祐太; 亀甲武志
    令和5年度 日本水産学会春季大会  2023/03
  • 琵琶湖に放流された養殖ウナギの成長と漁獲開始開始
    高作圭汰; 花木基子; 加澤渚; 石崎大介; 光永靖; 小林徹; 田辺祥子; 亀甲武志
    令和5年度 日本水産学会春季大会  2023/03
  • イワナ禁漁区からしみだした稚魚の下流への資源添加効果
    幡野真隆; 吉岡剛; 菅原和宏; 片岡佳孝; 宮本幸太; 亀甲武志
    令和5年度 日本水産学会春季大会  2023/03
  • 支流は小さな巨人~渓流魚の「種沢」は本当だった~
    坪井潤一; 森田健太郎; 小関右介; 遠藤辰典; 佐橋玄記; 岸大弼; 亀甲武志; 石崎大介; 布川雅典; 菅野陽一郎
    令和5年度 日本水産学会春季大会  2023/03
  • 伊庭内湖流入河川におけるたもすくい遊漁によるホンモロコ産卵親魚の採捕効率
    角野祐太; 香田万里; 亀甲武志; 石崎大介; 甲斐嘉晃
    2022年度日本水産学会近畿支部例会  2022/12
  • 余呉湖の小河川におけるワカサギの産卵場所選択
    角田恭平; 成田一平; 石崎大介; 甲斐嘉晃; 亀甲武志
    2022年度日本水産学会近畿支部例会  2022/12
  • 琵琶湖に生息するワカサギの産卵時期の早期化
    成田一平; 角田恭平; 石崎大介; 甲斐嘉晃; 亀甲武志
    2022年度日本水産学会近畿支部例会  2022/12
  • 琵琶湖流入河川野洲川におけるカジカ大卵型の個体数推定
    前 圭士郎; 宇野航太朗; 瀬川小雪; 角野祐太; 亀甲武志
    2022年度日本水産学会近畿支部例会  2022/12
  • 琵琶湖で放流された養殖ウナギの成長と漁獲加入年齢
    高作佳汰; 花木基子; 加澤渚; 石崎大介; 小林徹; 光永靖; 亀甲武志
    2022年度日本水産学会近畿支部例会  2022/12
  • ホンモロコの初期生活史と産卵回帰性
    亀甲武志
    第43回稚魚研究会  2022/11
  • 琵琶湖南湖および瀬田川におけるチャネルキャットフィッシュの食性Ⅱ(安定同位体比分析)
    高作佳汰; 花木基子; 上田健太; 石崎大介; 光永靖; 小林徹; 亀甲武志
    2022年度日本魚類学会年会  2022/09
  • 琵琶湖南湖および瀬田川におけるチャネルキャットフィッシュの食性Ⅰ(胃内容分析)
    高作佳汰; 花木基子; 加澤渚; 上田健太; 石崎大介; 光永靖; 小林徹; 亀甲武志
    2022年度日本魚類学会年会  2022/09
  • 飼育下におけるカジカ大卵型へのイラストマー標識適用の試み
    前 圭士郎; 松井謙弥; 宇野航太郎; 瀬川小雪; 亀甲武志
    2022年度日本魚類学会年会  2022/09
  • 滋賀県内の在来イワナ個体群の絶滅・減少事例
    幡野真隆; 吉岡剛; 江藤彰汰; 田辺祥子; 亀甲武志
    2022年度日本魚類学会年会  2022/09
  • 余呉湖におけるワカサギの自然産卵について  [Invited]
    亀甲武志
    全国湖沼河川養殖研究会 第94回大会  2022/09
  • 四国のイワナの在来性の可能性:ミトコンドリアDNA系統における本州のイワナとの共通性と異質性
    岩槻幸雄; 亀甲武志ほか
    2021年度日本魚類学会年会  2021/09
  • 琵琶湖流入河川に生息する特殊斑紋イワナ(ナガレモンイワナ)と普通模様イワナの混生水域での出現率の経年変化 交配試験による推察
    幡野真隆; 菅原和宏; 片岡佳孝; 吉岡 剛; 亀甲武志
    2021年度日本魚類学会年会  2021/09
  • 琵琶湖産ヨシノボリ ビワヨシノボリとトウヨシノボリの産卵生態
    松井謙弥; 竹中剛志; 前 圭士朗; 花木基子; 古出直也; 亀甲武志
    2021年度日本魚類学会年会  2021/09
  • 2021年のイサザの産卵接岸状況
    竹中剛志; 松井謙弥; 前 圭士郎; 花木基子; 亀甲武志
    2021年度日本魚類学会年会  2021/09

MISC

Awards & Honors

  • 2023/12 2023年度日本水産学会近畿支部学生優秀発表賞
     余呉湖のワカサギ稚魚の孵化日組成 
    受賞者: 角田恭平;成田一平;石崎大介;甲斐嘉晃;亀甲武志
  • 2023/12 2023年度日本水産学会近畿支部学生優秀発表賞
     琵琶湖沿岸部におけるホンモロコの産卵場所の選択性 
    受賞者: 香田万里;角野祐太;石崎大介;甲斐嘉晃;亀甲武志
  • 2023/09 2023年度日本魚類学会学生優秀発表賞
     ⾃然保護区域に⽣息するゴギと移⼊されたアマゴの流程に沿った分布 
    受賞者: 佐々木悠人;亀甲武志;鳥澤眞介;光永靖
  • 2022/12 日本水産学会近畿支部 2022年度日本水産学会近畿支部例会学生優秀発表賞
     琵琶湖で放流された養殖ウナギの成長と漁獲加入年齢 
    受賞者: 高作佳汰・花木基子・加澤渚・石崎大介・小林徹・光永靖・亀甲武志
  • 2022/12 日本水産学会近畿支部 2022年度日本水産学会近畿支部例会学生優秀発表賞
     琵琶湖流入河川野洲川におけるカジカ大卵型の個体数推定 
    受賞者: 前 圭士郎・宇野 航太朗・瀬川 木雪・角野 祐太・亀甲 武志
  • 2021/09 日本魚類学会論文賞 Trace of outbreeding between Biwa salmon (Oncorhynchus masou subsp.) and amago (O. m. ishikawae) detected from the upper reaches of inlet streams within Lake Biwa water system, Japan. Ichthyological Research 66:67-78)
     Trace of outbreeding between Biwa salmon (Oncorhynchus masou subsp.) and amago (O. m. ishikawae) detected from the upper reaches of inlet streams within Lake Biwa water system, Japan. Ichthyological Research 66:67-78) 
    受賞者: 桑原雅之;高橋 洋;亀甲武志;来見誠二;井口恵一郎
  • 2020/12 日本DNA多型学会優秀研究賞
     サケ科魚類イワナの日本固有亜種ヤマトイワナの通常型とナガレモンイワナにおけるミトコンドリアDNA全塩基配列の比較とイワナの系統関係 
    受賞者: 荒井靖志;久富寿;猿渡敏郎;佐藤尚衛;横山智哉子;井内勝哉;亀甲武志;菅原和宏
  • 2020/03 日本水産学会 令和元年度 水産学技術賞
     ホンモロコ資源の持続的利用にむけた資源管理技術の開発 
    受賞者: 亀甲武志

Research Grants & Projects

  • 資源回復のための種苗育成・放流手法検討事業(ニホンウナギ)
    水産庁:
    Date (from‐to) : 2024/04 -2025/03
  • 琵琶湖のホンモロコ資源加入に重要な産卵時期と場所の解明
    独立行政法人 日本学術振興会 基盤研究(C):
    Date (from‐to) : 2022/04 -2025/03 
    Author : 亀甲武志
  • 琵琶湖での大型の雌ウナギの養成:良質卵の安定確保を目指して
    近畿大学農学部 農学部特別研究費:
    Date (from‐to) : 2021/04 -2022/03 
    Author : 亀甲武志; 小林 徹; 光永 靖

Committee Membership

  • 2023 - Today   10th International Charr Symposium Committee


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