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Garis bamboo (Bambusa heterostachya)

Garis bamboo or Gigantochloa heterostachya or Gigantochloa latispiculata or Bambusa atispiculata ( Bambusa heterostachya ) is a species of plant in Poaceae, bamboo shoots are slender and triangular in shape, green midrib with yellow stripes covered with black hairs, striped midrib ears and erect midrib leaves. B. heterostachya has erect reeds, 18-23 meters high, 6-10 cm in diameter, 6-9 mm thick walls, 37-42 cm long segments, plain segments, young reeds are bright green and covered with white wax, old reeds dark green and yellow stripes. The reed sheath does not fall off easily, the adaxial surface is glabrous, light brown and covered with brown or black hairs on the abaxial surface, 10-14 cm long and 11-15 cm wide. The ears of the reed midrib are rounded, slightly sticking out, 7-8 mm high and the kejur feathers have a length of 8-9 mm. Serrated ligula with a length of 2-3 mm, hairs 4-6 mm long, reed midrib leaves erect, triangular with a narrow base, 5-6 cm long, 4-4.5 cm wide. Br
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Common pierrot (Castalius rosimon)

Common pierrot ( Castalius rosimon ) is a species of animal in the Lycaenidae, a small butterfly, the wings are predominantly white with black plots, the margins have a black band with a curved zig-zag back, the lower hind wings have a black tail thread with white tip C. rosimon has black antennae with white rings and tips. The male has a white head and between the eyes. Palpi, chest and abdomen white with black alternating and bordered by white on the sides. The female is similar to the male but with the black markings on the top and bottom wider. The common pierrot spends its time in bushes, riverbanks, open forests in karst ecosystems and lots of sun. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Hexapoda Class: Insecta Subclass: Pterygota Order: Lepidoptera Superfamily: Papilionoidea Family: Lycaenidae Subfamily: Polyommatinae Tribe: Polyommatini Subtribe: Castaliina Genus: Castalius Species: Castalius rosimon Subspecies: Castalius rosimon ssp. rosimon, Castalius rosimon ssp

Orchid tree (Bauhinia purpurea)

Orchid tree ( Bauhinia purpurea ) is a species of plant in the Fabaceae, deciduous tree and small to medium sized, 5.2 m tall, bark grayish brown, branched, grows wild as a shrub on dry land and is adaptable to many soil types. B. purpurea has leaves with a width and length of 10-20 cm, rounded, the base and tip have two lobes and the surface is green. Flowers bright red, fragrant and five petals. The pods are 30 cm long and contain 12-16 seeds. Orchid tree grows well in tropical and subtropical climates with an elevation of 500-2000 meters, breeds generatively and vegetatively, usually planted as a greenery on the side of the road, living fence or living wild in the bush. Kingdom: Plantae Phylum: Tracheophyta Subphylum: Angiospermae Class: Magnoliopsida Order: Fabales Family: Fabaceae Subfamily: Cercidoideae Tribe: Bauhinieae Genus: Bauhinia Species: Bauhinia purpurea

Arrowleaf elephant's ear (Xanthosoma sagittifolium)

Arrowleaf elephant's ear ( Xanthosoma sagittifolium ) is a plant species in Araceae, 0.4 to 1.5 m high, has no stem and is not woody, waxy leaves, important tuber producers where corm that grows underground is a source of carbohydrates and cultivated since ancient times. X. sagittifolium has 2-5 leaves with green stems, dark green or purplish stripes, 23-150 cm long and the base is a midrib. Leaves have a size of 6.60x7.53 cm, round eggs, oval with tapered ends, sometimes purplish in color around the stalks, waxy and rounded base. The flower comes in the cob on the armpit of the leaf. The sheath has a green or yellow or white and fall out. Arrowleaf elephant's ear is grown for tubers as an important source of carbohydrates. Tubers can be processed by steaming, boiling, baking, frying, or processed into flour, porridge, cakes, pasta and fermented to produce pudding. Kingdom: Plantae Phylum: Tracheophyta Subphylum: Angiospermae Class: Liliopsida Order: Alismatales Family: Ar