1. There’re 7 of 18 species anguillid reported from Indonesian waters and most of them have homeland in Indonesian freshwater,
2. Widely water and land resources,
3. Restricted Act to glass eel export,
4. In severel estuaries, species uniformity is high and relatedness morphology to Japanese and European eel.
1. Applicable eel culture technique un-available: optimize rearing system, efficient feed and environmental management,
2. stake holder participating is weak and there isn’t cooperation yet,
3. Low skill capacity of aquaculture practitioner.
1. High demand on eel consumption
2. Economically eel culture technique were available
3. Glass eel supplay depend on catch effort and lead to decreasing stock available, especially European eel (Anguilla anguilla), Japanese (A. japonica) and American (A. rostrata) as indication as Australian (A. reinhardtii).
1. Glass eel export by opportunistic collector,
2. Environmental damage and/or reservoir,
1. have to real cooperation between government and stake holder,
2. building capacity of aquaculture practitioner, like trainning, to adopt of eel culture and disseminate to fisherfolk,
3. enforcement of restricted act on glass eel export.