1. Stars-and-stripes pufferfish in Singapore Straits. [pdf]
  2. Banded krait on Pulau Ubin. [pdf]
  3. Freshwater clam Corbicula tweediei at Jurong Lake. [pdf]
  4. Land snail Cyclophorus semisulcatus rediscovered at Bukit Timah. [pdf]
  5. Sharksucker on tilapia host. [pdf]
  6. Spotted gar at Singapore Botanic Gardens. [pdf]
  7. Red giant gouramy at Singapore Quarry. [pdf]
  8. White-spotted slug snake on Punggol Island. [pdf]
  9. Albino Pugilina cochlidium from Pulau Subar Laut. [pdf]
  10. Variable reed snake attempting to swallow earthworm. [pdf]
  11. Plantain squirrel gathering mangrove algae. [pdf]
  12. A post-larval yellow soapfish. [pdf]
  13. Freshwater crab Irmengardia johnsoni eating caterpillar. [pdf]
  14. Black-spot barb at Woodlands pond. [pdf]
  15. A post-larval painted sweetlips. [pdf]
  16. Estuarine catfish Mystus gulio at Bishan Park. [pdf]
  17. Freshwater snail Stenophysa spathidophallus at Jurong. [pdf]
  18. Common treeshrew at Portsdown estate. [pdf]
  19. Hasselt’s bony-lipped barb at Lorong Banir. [pdf]
  20. Blue-spotted bush frog at Nee Soon swamp-forest. [pdf]
  21. Juvenile Asian arowana at Lower Peirce. [pdf]
  22. Tree snail Amphidromus atricallosus temasek on Pulau Ubin. [pdf]
  23. Müller’s spiny insect at Nee Soon swamp-forest. [pdf]
  24. Slime thread of the arboreal snail Helicarion perfragilis. [pdf]
  25. Sexual dimorphism in pill cockroach Perisphaerus sp.. [pdf]
  26. Brown spiny rat at Upper Seletar. [pdf]
  27. Alien fishes at Bishan Park. [pdf]
  28. Yellowfin blenny at Semakau Landfill. [pdf]
  29. Green crested lizards mating. [pdf]
  30. Reticulate whipray at Chek Jawa. [pdf]
  31. Kacang-kacang (Aegiceras corniculatum) at Kranji. [pdf]
  32. Berembang (Sonneratia caseolaris) at Kranji. [pdf]
  33. Ipil (Intsia bijuga) at Kranji. [pdf]
  34. Ipil (Intsia bijuga) at Seletar Dam. [pdf]
  35. Mangrove lime (Merope angulata) at Sungei Buloh. [pdf]
  36. Smythea lanceata at Kranji. [pdf]
  37. Berembang (Sonneratia caseolaris) at Berlayar Creek. [pdf]
  38. Land snail Quantula striata feeding on carcass of conspecific. [pdf]
  39. Juvenile longfin batfish in the Singapore Straits. [pdf]
  40. Clouded monitor lizard eating garden supple skink. [pdf]
  41. Brock’s pipefish at Little Sister Island. [pdf]
  42. Clouded monitor lizards at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. [pdf]
  43. Mangrove whip-ray at Semakau reef: a new record for Singapore. [pdf]
  44. Rainbow mud snakes at Kranji Marsh. [pdf]
  45. Bronze knifefish Notopterus notopterus at Kranji Marsh. [pdf]
  46. New record of velvetfish Paraploactis sp. in the Singapore Straits. [pdf]
  47. Body-wiping behaviour of black-eyed litter frog. [pdf]
  48. Paradise gliding snake preying on bamboo bat. [pdf]
  49. Malayan swamp skink Sphenomorphus sp. at MacRitchie forest. [pdf]
  50. Fishes of Kranji Marsh. [pdf]
  51. Land snail Geotrochus lychnia at Bukit Batok Nature Park. [pdf]
  52. African sharp-toothed walking catfish at Lower Peirce Reservoir. [pdf]
  53. Snyder’s sandperch off Pulau Hantu: first Singapore record. [pdf]
  54. Some noteworthy reef fishes at Pulau Hantu. [pdf]
  55. New Singapore record of the seahorse, Hippocampus mohnikei. [pdf]
  56. Lowland dwarf gecko at Bidadari. [pdf]
  57. Spotted seahorses at Changi Beach. [pdf]
  58. Stinkhorn fungus, Dictyophora sp. at Bukit Batok Nature Park. [pdf]
  59. Longhorn cowfish at Semakau. [pdf]
  60. New Singapore records of two nudibranch species from Pulau Tekukor. [pdf]
  61. African snail Limicolaria flammea at Pandan canal. [pdf]
  62. Striped tree skink at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. [pdf]
  63. Grey bonnet shell Phalium glaucum at Semakau Landfill. [pdf]
  64. New Singapore record of nudibranch genus Nembrotha. [pdf]
  65. Call of the masked swamp frog. [pdf, download sound]
  66. Blue Malayan coral snake biting barred kukri snake. [pdf]
  67. Flying fish Parexocoetus sp. at Tanah Merah shore. [pdf]
  68. Curious find of an ivory whelk Babylonia areolata at Kranji mangroves. [pdf]
  69. Evermann’s snake-eel Ophichthus lithinus eating octopus. [pdf]
  70. Banded wolf snake at Nee Soon swamp-forest. [pdf]
  71. Pink-headed reed snake captured by buffy fish owl. [pdf]
  72. Long-nosed stargazers at Changi. [pdf]
  73. Two syntopic walking catfishes at Upper Seletar. [pdf]
  74. Velvet worms in the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. [pdf]
  75. Leafless mistletoe Viscum articulatum on Saint John’s Island. [pdf]
  76. Peacock bass in Upper Seletar Reservoir. [pdf]
  77. Owl moth Erebus ephesperis visiting Hoya inflorescence. [pdf]
  78. Hasselt’s bony-lipped barb at Sime forest. [pdf]
  79. Dog-faced water snake attacking pufferfish. [pdf]
  80. Lowland dwarf gecko at Pasir Ris mangroves. [pdf]
  81. A record of the green turban Turbo marmoratus in Singapore. [pdf]
  82. Three noteworthy birds at Bidadari Park. [pdf]
  83. New Singapore record of the slit limpet Montfortista oldhamiana. [pdf]
  84. African sharp-toothed walking catfish at Upper Seletar. [pdf]
  85. Cave fruit bat and mourning gecko on golden penda tree. [pdf]
  86. Midas cichlids at Yishun Pond. [pdf]
  87. Red pacu at Catchment Pond, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. [pdf]
  88. Malayan giant frog at Bukit Gombak. [pdf]
  89. Haas’s bronzeback at MacRitchie forest. [pdf]
  90. Dried leaf cockroach Pseudophoraspis nebulosa brooding behaviour. [pdf]
  91. Giant Asian pond terrapin at Nee Soon swamp-forest. [pdf]
  92. Two new Singapore records of the bivalve family Tellinidae. [pdf]
  93. Hasselt’s bony-lipped barb and zebra tilapia at Sime forest. [pdf]
  94. Cuban sliders at Singapore Botanic Gardens. [pdf]
  95. Giant Asian pond terrapin hatchling at Upper Seletar. [pdf]
  96. New Singapore record of the scallop Semipallium flavicans. [pdf]
  97. Malayan bridle snakes at the Central Nature Reserves. [pdf]
  98. Spotted house gecko laying eggs. [pdf]
  99. Dusky langur at Kent Ridge. [pdf]
  100. Shrimps and saddleback anemonefish on carpet anemone off Pulau Hantu. [pdf]
  101. Daldorfia horrida rediscovered in Singapore after a century. [pdf]