Just another nature blog, mainly about wildlife in Singapore. All entries are by location. If looking for specific organisms, visit my flickr (https://secure.flickr.com/photos/37823682@N04/collections/). ID information in these blog entries are usually not updated or corrected. For the most up to date information, check my flickr.
Tiny lives on the handrails.
Many pseudoscorpions live in the cracks on the handrails.
Trilobite beetles. Not sure if two species or just young and adult.
Tiny thread-legged assassin bug. Such small thread-legged assassin bugs were quite commonly seen at Venus Drive.
Clear water at Cyrene, making it a pleasure to explore and photograph.
Melibe nudibranch. They seem to be in season with quite a few sightings today.
Wet day, had to use point and shoot for quite a few shots.
The “neon” “highlighter” anemone. Some others that we found had yellow green “highlighter” markings on their body columns.