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Papat bug (Coridius fuscus)

Papat bug ( Coridius fuscus ) is an animal species in Dinidoridae, arboreal insect, large and sturdy size, ovate to oblong, head and pronotum have a lateral keel, scutellum short and blunt, upper surface of the body covered by wings, a pair of thick antennae, live in the bush and low trees. C. fuscus has a shield-shaped body, black or brownish black, rough surface, the margins have yellowish brown stripes. The upper surface covered by the wings has a reddish brown color. The shoulders have an oval and horizontal section. The center forms a triangle and the remaining surface is covered by wings. The head is small and black with a pair of black eyes attached to the right and left. A pair of antennas appear on the right and left of the head, are all black, have four segments and are thick. Three pairs of thick, sturdy legs, black and several joints. Strong paper wings, rounded tips, black or brownish color, transparent and have pulse stripes. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subp
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Kempol bug (Mictis farinulenta)

Kempol bug ( Mictis farinulenta ) is an animal species in the Coreidae, insects, adults 20-25 mm long and 7-10 mm wide, fat, gray to brown with powdery white, long legs and shoulders the pronotum protrudes into a thorn. M. farinulenta has a tubular head. A pair of thick, cylindrical antennas, long, the last segment has a white color and black degradation. The shoulders form a separate section and have upward tapering margins. The abdomen is oval in shape. The legs are stick-shaped, long and have several joints. The hind legs have the largest thighs and are cylindrical in shape, the calves are thickened in the middle and form a thorn-like shape. Arboreal bugs live in shrubs and trees in karst and loam ecosystems with two seasons. This species feeds on a variety of plants including eucalyptus, acacia and mahogany. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Hexapoda Class: Insecta Subclass: Pterygota Order: Hemiptera Suborder: Heteroptera Infraorder: Pentatomomorpha Superfamily:

Irung bracket (Ganoderma orbiforme)

Irung bracket ( Ganoderma orbiforme ) is a species of fungus in the Polyporaceae, basidiocarps which are broad, perennial, fan-like or hoof-like on living and dead tree trunks, double-walled spores, cut with an ornate inner layer that is yellow to brown. G. orbiforme grows in colonies on a dead wood or tree. The beginning of life starts from a whitish yellow patch on the surface of the wood, then forms a cylindrical stalk, curves downward or horizontally and widens to form a horizontal fan. Solid body, fan-shaped, semicircular, uneven top surface, dark brown with white margins degradation. The lower surface is flat, all white in color with small pores spreading all over. The cell wall is made up of chitin, but cells do not have chlorophyll. Heterotrophic food and organic materials will be converted into simple molecules and absorbed directly by the hyphae. This fungus has saprophytic and parasitic properties of plants. Irung bracket causes root and stem rot in tropical perennials in

Asian foxtail (Uraria crinita)

Asian foxtail or cat's tail bean ( Uraria crinita ) is a species of plant in Fabaceae, a perennial, upright shrub with woody stems at least at the base, up to 2 meters high in forests, agricultural land, waterways, used as a medicinal herb, green manure and sometimes planted in the garden as an ornamental plant. U. crinita has elongated leaves, rounded base, pointed tip, a bone in the middle with several pinnate veins, rough surface, dark green with white spots. Petiole short or less than 0.5 cm and brownish red. Compound flower in spike shape, purple and white triangular crown. Long flower stalk, erect, 15-20 cm long and only at the end of the flower. The crown slowly falls off and leaves behind a stalk that is shaped like coir or light yellow pads. Asian foxtail grows in dry grasslands, open forests, trash cans, roadsides, sandy areas and sometimes in deciduous forests, elevations of 0-1500 meters and does not grow in waterlogged places. The different parts are often used in t