The female Tape seagrass flowers are much bigger with three white long petals!
how to stay safe on a seashore with an online safety quiz.
National Biodiversity Centre manages the massive logistics of getting the ferry and bus lined up for our safe and comfortable travel. Thank you Rachel!
Tape seagrass (Enhalus acoroides), Sickle seagrass (Thalassia hemprichii), Serrated ribbon seagrass (Cymodocea serrulata), Noodle seagrass (Syringodium isoetifolium), Spoon seagrasses (Halophila ovalis) and Needle seagrasses (Halodule sp.).
Cyrene in August, where they were mostly 'chomped' short. As usual, there is a good growth of Codium green seaweed (Codium sp.) among the seagrasses.
Sean Yap saw and shared on facebook
|Photos by Sean Yap on facebook.|
|Photo by Johnson Ong on facebook.|
Glad to have joining this trip: Hazwani, Yuan Chun, Samuel, Sunis, Lee Seng, May, Grace, Wan Zhen, Adrian, Erine, Boon Seng, Xiaohong. Thanks to the regulars who lead the transects and helped guide the new comers: Johnson, Sean, Chay Hoon, Jonathan, Jia Ling, Kok Sheng. Special thanks to Nor Aishah for briefing us on the seagrass protocols and seagrass ID.
Many thanks to Rachel of NParks for arranging the ferry and the bus rides to the site. Many thanks also to NEA for hosting us and as usual, providing much appreciated transport to and from the start site!
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