Berlayar Creek's sandy shores had signs of Sand bubbler crabs, and a few Solitary tubeworms. I also saw a few sand collars but no moon snails.
Onch slugs. I also saw some Nerites and common Turban snails.
Spoon seagrasses and a small patch of Tape seagrass on the eastern side of Berlayar Creek. Among the animals seen among the seagrasses were large Fan shells, some sponges.
Haddon's carpet anemones, none of them had shrimps, but next to one carpet anemone, there were two Kite butterflyfishes! There were also Frilly anemones, a Giant carpet anemone and on the sandy shores, a Pearly anemone. On the high shore, there were some Bead anemones.
Project Driftnet effort.
Berlayar Creek lies just opposite the natural shores of Sentosa. So nice to see that Chris Wong was at Sentosa Tanjung Rimau at the same tide. He shared photos of what he saw and it's a relief to see that soft and hard corals are doing well there. Seems like coral bleaching may be over!
Related posts about Berlayar Creek
- 'Orange' water at Berlayar Creek Aug 2015
- Otters at Berlayar Creek! Oct 2015
- Berlayar Creek with special star and long driftnet Apr 2015
Posts by others on this trip
- Marcus Ng on facebook.