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Crystal bell orchid (Didymoplexis pallens)

Crystal bell orchid ( Didymoplexis pallens ) is a species of plant in the Orchidaceae, terrestrial mycotrophic orchid, leafless, having a fleshy rhizome, single and erect stem, 6-25 cm tall, branched, cylindrical and white or cream in color. D. pallens has white, trumpet-shaped flowers with sepals and petals similar in size and shape and fused about half the length, 6-8 mm long, 8-10 mm wide. The labellum is wedge-shaped, 6-7 mm long and 9-10 mm wide with the sides curved upwards. There were two or three rows of callus along the midline of the labellum. Crystal bell orchid grows in the shade, under clumps of bamboo, moist soil and black clay deposits. Plants appear during the first rains of the rainy season or at the end of the season. Flowers open only one day. The emergence of this orchid is triggered by the right and balanced symbiotic relationship with microorganisms. Kingdom: Plantae Phylum: Tracheophyta Subphylum: Angiospermae Class: Liliopsida Order: Asparagales Family: Orc
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Hop-headed barleria (Barleria lupulina)

Landik or hop-headed barleria ( Barleria lupulina ) is a species of plant in the Acanthaceae, shrubs, 1-2 meters high, woody stems, smooth, sometimes glossy, branched, cylindrical and dark red or black or dark brown in color. B. lupulina has opposite leaves, the stalk is very short, the base of the stalk has a pair of thorns and is red-purple. The strands are lanceolate elongated, thick and stiff, dark green and shiny, the main vein is red, 5-10 cm long and 0.5-1.5 cm wide. Flowers erect or slightly nodding, on grains 3.5-9 cm long and golden yellow. Protective leaves erect, pinnate, green with purple top, short hair. Hairy petals. The fruit is 1.5 cm long and green. Seeds are flat and dark brown in color. Kingdom: Plantae Phylum: Tracheophyta Subphylum: Angiospermae Class: Magnoliopsida Order: Lamiales Family: Acanthaceae Subfamily: Acanthoideae Tribe: Barlerieae Genus: Barleria Species: Barleria lupulina

Red eucalyptus (Eucalyptus pellita)

Red eucalyptus or red mahogany ( Eucalyptus pellita ) is a species of plant in the Myrtaceae, medium to tall tree, growing up to 40 meters tall cylindrical trunk, bark is rough or fibrous or flaky, dark red or grayish or brown in color. E. pellita has green, glossy leaves on the upper side, broad lance-shaped to egg-shaped, 100-230 mm long, 30-65 mm wide and tapering to the stalk. Flower buds are arranged in leaf axils on flat, unbranched stalks, 12-32 mm long and individual buds on stalks 6-7 mm long. Mature shoots are oval, 15-16 mm long and 9-10 mm wide with a conical or beaked operculum. The fruit is woody, cup-shaped to capsule or conical, 6-11 mm long and 8-14 mm wide with the valve protruding strongly above the edge. Red eucalyptus grows in open forests, especially on gentle slopes, in wet or dry areas, nearshore forests and lowlands. Kingdom: Plantae Phylum: Tracheophyta Subphylum: Angiospermae Class: Magnoliopsida Order: Myrtales Family: Myrtaceae Subfamily: Myrtoideae Tr

Javan plover (Charadrius javanicus)

Cerek jawa or Javan plover ( Charadrius javanicus ) is a type of animal in the Charadriidae, lake birds or shorebirds, 15 cm long, short and black in color, living near waters including coasts, lakes, rivers, reservoirs and sandy meadows. C. javanicus has brown and white colors in males and females. The head is more reddish-brown, the legs are pale and the stripes on the chest are not black. The white color of the back collar usually does not connect. Iris brown, bill black, limbs gray olive green or pale brown. A soft, repeating sound in a single rising "kwiik" note. The sound of time flying or walking fast is a "tick" or "tick" or "chick". Live solitary or in small groups. Often mingles with other water birds. They eat crustaceans and sea worms. Females produce up to three eggs, are pale brown in color with dark brown spots and patches, irregular and laid in shallow depressions on sand or gravel. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Subphylu