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쏙의 생물학 - 최근 서해안 바지락 양식장에 이상 증식한 쏙의 제거 대책을 중심으로

Biology of the Mud Shrimp Upogebia major (de Haan, 1841), with Particular Reference to Pest Management for Shrimp Control in Manila Clam Bed in the West Coast of Korea

Ocean and polar research v.35 no.4 , 2013년, pp.323 - 349  
Abstract

The mud shrimp Upogebia major (Upogebiidae: Decapoda: Crustacea) is a common species on muddy and sandy mud tidal flats in the west coast of Korea. They reside in Y-shaped burrows that can extend up to more than 2 meters below the sediment surface. They feed on suspended detritus carried into their burrow by the beating of their pleopods and captured by their hairy first two pairs of thoracic legs. Mud shrimp burrows provide a habitat for a variety of small organisms such as crabs, shrimps, polychaetes, and mollusks. Ovigerous females are observed from December to May. Females deposit eggs only once per breeding season. They start hatching in March and the pelagic larvae of first zoea appear in March and April, followed by benthic settlement in May. Growth over the first year is rapid, and females deposit their first eggs in the third breeding season, 31 months after their settlement. Adult shrimps live for 4~5 years. Depth of the burrow increases with body length. The deep burrows provide refuge from predators and physical stress, allowing the shrimps to survive for a long time. The mud shrimps supply oxygen-rich water to their deep burrows, and exert a great influence on the structure and metabolism of the tidal flat benthic community. However, recently this type of mud shrimp has posed a serious threat to the Korean clam industry along the west coast of Korea. The extensive burrowing shrimp populations suddenly invaded the tidal flats from 2010 where the clams (Ruditapes philippinarum) are raised. As a consequence, clam production has decreased by about 10% over the past three years in some Korean clam beds. Therefore, the objective of this study is to review the biology of this mud shrimp in order to seek solutions to control the burrowing of these shrimps.

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쏙의 서식 밀도가 높아지면 어떤 결과가 벌어지는가?
생물교반 활동에 따른 퇴적상의 변화는 물론 기존에 서식하고 있었던 다른 생물들의 서식 공간을 침범하는 문제로 인하여 지역에 따라서는 지역 전체 생태계의 구조와 기능에 영향을 미치게 된다

따라서 본 종의 밀도의 증가 및 감소는 상기 요인들에 대해 직접적인 영향을 끼치며 특히 갑작스런 밀도 증가는 주변 해역 전체의 해양환경에 지대한 영향을 미치는 생태계 공학자(ecosystem engineer)로서의 역할을 수행하는 것으로 잘 알려져 있다. 즉, 쏙의 서식 밀도가 높을 경우 생물교반 활동에 따른 퇴적상의 변화는 물론 기존에 서식하고 있었던 다른 생물들의 서식 공간을 침범하는 문제로 인하여 지역에 따라서는 지역 전체 생태계의 구조와 기능에 영향을 미치게 된다.

선재도뿐만 아니라 서해안의 많은 갯벌의 바지락 양식장에 쏙이 침입함으로서 벌어진 결과는 무엇인가?
바지락의 서식처가 점령당하여 2~3년 전부터 바지락 생산량이 거의 1/10로 급감하였다

그러나 이것이 그 이듬해 이들 쏙의 대량 서식으로 바지락 생산량을 감소시키는 중요한 원인이 되었다. 이와 같은 현상은 상기한 인천의 선재도뿐만 아니라 충청남도 보령시 주교 갯벌이나 충남 태안군 안면도의 가경주 등 서해안의 많은 갯벌에서 기존의 갯벌 바지락 양식장들이 쏙의 침입으로 바지락의 서식처가 점령당하여 2~3년 전부터 바지락 생산량이 거의 1/10로 급감하였다(충남 보령시 주교어촌계 최병각 간사). 현지의 바지락 양식 어업자들은 이들을 제거하기 위하여 콤바인을 개조한 트랙터를 이용하여 양식장 바닥을 경운(耕耘)하거나 폐쇄하고 인근 어장으로 옮기는 사태가 벌어지기도 하였다(Fig.

쏙이 파고 사는 땅 구멍의 특징은 무엇인가?
이들이 파고 사는 땅굴의 깊이는 2m를 상회한다(Kinoshita 2002). 이들 구멍은 물과 퇴적물 경계면의 면적을 증가시키고, 산소가 풍부한 물을 펄 속깊은 곳까지 공급시켜 주기 때문에 펄 속의 무산소 환경을 해소시켜주는 중요한 생물교반(生物攪拌, bioturbation) 작용을 수반한다. 또한 이들이 만든 땅굴 속은 매우 독특한 미서식처(微棲息處, microhabitat)를 형성하여 다양하면서도 고유한 생물들이 많이 발견되는 특징을 가진다

조간대의 펄 갯벌에 Y-자 형태의 구멍을 파고 살기 때문에 비교적 쉽게 알아볼 수 있다. 이들이 파고 사는 땅굴의 깊이는 2m를 상회한다(Kinoshita 2002). 이들 구멍은 물과 퇴적물 경계면의 면적을 증가시키고, 산소가 풍부한 물을 펄 속깊은 곳까지 공급시켜 주기 때문에 펄 속의 무산소 환경을 해소시켜주는 중요한 생물교반(生物攪拌, bioturbation) 작용을 수반한다. 또한 이들이 만든 땅굴 속은 매우 독특한 미서식처(微棲息處, microhabitat)를 형성하여 다양하면서도 고유한 생물들이 많이 발견되는 특징을 가진다 (Ricketts et al. 1985; Itani 2001a, 2004b; Kinoshita 2002; Kinoshita et al.

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