Spoon seagrasses covered a large part of the shore. In some parts, so densely that the leaf blades were sticking up.
Needle seagrass, with a large Haddon's carpet anemone.
Noodle seagrass because the other kinds of seagrasses wouldn't stand up like this out of water.
Tidal hermit crabs. There were also a few Orange-striped hermit crabs but they were mostly small.
Dubious nerites, tiny swimming crabs, and some Haddon's carpet anemones. I saw the skeleton of a Thick-edged sand dollar that was common here in the past. Here's what I saw here in Dec 2008 and Nov 2008.
Tiger moon snails. Mating?
Nerite snails, some onch slugs. And when it got dark, I heard a pair of Ferocious crabs fighting. Surprisingly, I saw one live Chut-chut snail, more often found in mangroves.
saw this in 2008. The mangrove were cleared, and the shores off limits when works on the MCE started in 2009.
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On the same low spring tide, Abel surveyed Pasir Ris