Return to the 'secret lagoon' at Seringat-Kias and we saw a small patch of seagrasses! They looked like Sickle seagrass as well as Needle seagrass!
There were also lots of Spoon seagrasses, a LOT of 'scum', and among them, small clumps of different kinds of sponges.
Api-api jambu which is quite rare in Singapore. What a surprise to find out it was indeed. The larger flowers and the square stems all the way to the leaf-bearing portion, as well as the lime-green stem gave it away.
Tengar. Thanks to Kwan Siong, I learnt how to identify these by the spear-shaped stipule or new leaves. But we won't be sure of what kind of Tengar this is until the plant flowers.
Orange fiddler crabs on the shore.
earlier trip to the lagoon two weeks ago.