Singapore's own Halophila beccarii, among the rarest seagrasses in the world is featured in the latest Seagrass-Watch Issue 44 Nov 2011. Siti has dubbed it 'Tiger seagrass' because the leaves are often banded.
Beccari's seagrass (Halophila beccarii) on our northern shores: at Kranji Nature Trail and at Mandai Mangroves!
The latest issue of Seagrass Watch magazine is also full of sea turtles!
There are lots of lovely photos and articles about sea turtles and seagrass meadows! With more about the impact of extreme weather on seagrasses and sea turtles, and about efforts to conserve sea turtles and seagrasses.
Seagrass-Watch Issue 44 Nov 2011
more about Singapore's sea turtles and about Singapore's seagrass meadows. Come for Siti's talk this Saturday 10 Dec to find out MORE about our seagrasses and the amazing animals that live there!