Faculty Profile

Analyn M. Mazo

Associate Professor

Reproductive biology (Gastropods)

Research Interest

  • Reproductive biology of invertebrates
  • Marine resources assessments
  • Invertebrates as indicators of water quality


Ph.D. Marine Biology, University of San Carlos, Cebu


Department of Biological Sciences
College of Arts and Sciences
Visayas State University
Baybay City, Leyte


Number of Publication: 4

Mazo, A. M., Germano, B. P., & Ilan, A. S. (2013). Spawning period and size at sexual maturity of spider conch, Lambis lambis (L. 1758) (Gastropoda: Strombidae) in selected reef areas of the Visayas, Central Philippines. Silliman Journal, 54(1), 64-76.

Mazo, A. M., Germano, B. P., Melgo J. L. F., & Evangelio, J. C. (2006). Growth, mortality, recruitment and other fishery parameters of the spider conch, Lambis lambis (Linn. 1758) in Guiuan, Eastern Samar and Maasin, Southern, Leyte, Philippines. Journal of Aquatic Sciences, 3, 56-65.

Germano, B. P., Cesar, S. A., Mazo, A. M., & Melgo, J. F. (2003). Inventory of commercially important invertebrates in Leyte and Samar. UPB Journal of Nat. Sci., 8, 247-270.

Germano, B. P., Milan, P. P., Mazo, A. M., & Gerona, N.T. (2000). Species diversity enhancement through structural diversification of unvegetated shallow soft bottoms. Journal of Aquatic Sciences, 1, 1-14.