Sheryl is back alone on Tuas to do monitoring of seagrasses there.
I had a look at the other site (yellow arrow). Kok Sheng is already out on the shore for a quick documentation look.
Halimeda seaweed (Halimeda sp.).
Spoon seagrass (Halophila ovalis).
found a driftnet! While this was sad, as I removed the net, I noticed Fern seagrass (Halophila spinulosa) stuck to part of the net. Wow, my first sighting of this species here.
More about what we saw and did on this trip on the wild shores of singapore blog.