With kind permission and company of NParks friends, we surveyed this interesting shore next to Labrador MRT station with mangroves, rocky shore, seagrass meadows and sandy shores!
Oct 2021 and Nov 2020.
Seagrasses are growing lush near the Labrador seawall and all along the boardwalk.
Haddon's carpet anemones. And even one Pore hard coral. Some sponges and a small clump of zoanthids.
Spoon seagrass (with tiny and large leaves) are still growing. The patch of Tape seagrass has long leaf blades and had female flowers.
Lightning dove snails, Turban snails and Top shell snails. I also saw a Giant carpet anemone, the rare Cryptic sea star, Belongkeng snail and Giant top shell snail.
Common sea stars or live Cake sand dollars.
What is the fate of Labrador and Berlayar Creek?
Although it's not clear whether Labrador and Berlayar Creek are slated for reclamation in the Long-Term Plan Review, massive reclamation is planned for areas nearby.