Finally, had the chance to went for a team seagrass monitoring @ Semakau after one whole month of absence from the intertidals in singapore. Pulau Semakau has a vast biodiversity even despite its status as a landfill. Had the great opportunity to pair up with Ria and learn on how to ID some seagrasses new to me; Halodule univervis and Thalassia hemprichii.
After finishing up our transect at Site 1, did a quick look around the area.
A synaptic sea cucumber
Alas, by the time we reached to the "death trail" of the seagrass lagoon, I noticed that RMBR had already finished their walk. Sorry Luan Keng for not being able to hunter seek for u. =S
other seagrassers blogs
Wondercreations, Mountains and Seas, Wildfilms
and also dun miss Ron's Tidechaser and how he made a 500m dash in the early morning. :) Paisei...