Tumu berau (Bruguiera sexangula) and Lenggadai (Bruguiera parviflora!
It was another drippy cloudy morning and just a pair of fishermen on the deserted beaches of Changi on a high tide. The beach was not as thickly covered with seedlings as it was earlier this year. But I did come across many mangrove seeds and seedlings (more properly called propagules).
Tumu berau (Bruguiera sexangula) propagules! These are short, fat and bright green. I thought I saw the last of them in June. There were also a variety of other propagules.
|(A) Lenggadai (Bruguiera parviflora) |
(B) Bakau putih (Bruguiera cylindrica)
(C) Tengar Merah (Ceriops zippeliana)
Sea almond (Terminalia catappa) at different stages of decomposition?
(C) Nyireh (Xylocarpus sp.) (D) Kuku tupai (Caesalpinia crista)
(E) Derris (Derris trifoliata) (F) Sea almond (Terminalia catappa)