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Raharyo Bandoro

"We wants to stay alive to explore the wild and more and more life will be documented. If you like what I do and want to buy me a cup of coffee, thank you," - Aryo Bandoro (founder of Dlium)

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Raharyo Bandoro

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Raharyo Bandoro

Raharyo Bandoro


What do I have :
  • Camera: Sony Handycam HDR-CX405
  • MicroSDHC: 32GB
  • Laptop: AMD Ryzen 3 Radeon, 4GB RAM, 1TB hard drive
  • Smartphone: 720 x 1640 pixels (6.82"), 1080p (13MP Dual camera), 2GB RAM, 32GB ROM, 6000mAH
  • Mobility: Honda Revo X motorcycle

What are my dreams :
  • Camera: Sony Handycam FDR-AX700 and spare batteries
  • Camera: GoPro
  • MicroSDHC: 500GB or 1TB and memory card reader
  • Accessories: Video tripod, gimbal, polarizing filter and camera bag
  • Laptop: AMD Ryzen 7 Radeon, 16GB RAM, 2TB hard drive
  • Smartphone: 1080 x 2400 pixels (6.82"), 1440p (108MP Dual camera), 8GB RAM, 250GB ROM, 6000mAH
  • Mobility: Sidecar motorcycle
  • Outfit: New trekking boots, leather gloves, new t-shirt every week



Pygmy groundcherry (Physalis minima)

Ceplukan or pygmy groundcherry ( Physalis minima ) is a plant species in the Solanaceae, a pantropical perennial herb, 50 cm high, green in color, grows in wet or semi-wet areas, the fruit is edible and has a pleasant taste, is often used as an anti-cancer, analgesic and anti-inflammatory. P. minima has an erect trunk with many branches, is square with sharp angles, 20-50 cm high, bright green and juicy. The branching produces two or three new stems and becomes the point for producing leaves and fruit. The leaves have a smooth surface, hairless, plain or serrated edges, 2.5-12 cm long, light green color and pointed tips. The stalk is long and continues to be a bone in the center of the leaf with some lateral veins. Bell-shaped flowers with five corners, cream to yellow in color with brown plots on the inside and white pistils. The fruit is yellowish green and packed in a thin covering that turns brown and falls to the ground when ripe. Pygmy groundcherry grows wild in forest edges,

Redflower ragleaf (Crassocephalum crepidioides)

Sintrong or ebolo or thickhead or redflower ragleaf ( Crassocephalum crepidioides ) are plant species in Asteraceae, terma height 25-100 cm, white fibrous roots, generally grow wild on the roadside, yard gardens or abandoned lands at altitude 200- 2500 m. C. crepidioides has erect or horizontal stems along the soil surface, vascular, soft, non-woody, shallow grooves, green, rough surface and short white hair, aromatic fragrance when squeezed. Petiole is spread on stems, tubular and eared. Single leaf, spread out, green, 8-20 cm long, 3-6 cm wide, longitudinal or round inverted eggshell with a narrow base along the stalk. Pointed tip, flat-edged or curved to pinnate, jagged rough and pointed. The top leaves are smaller and often sit. Compound flowers grow throughout the year in humps that are arranged in terminal flat panicles and androgynous. Green cuffs with orange-brown to brick-red tips, cylindrical for 13-16 mm long and 5-6 mm wide. The crown is yellow with a brownish red

Mount Merbabu National Park

Mount Merbabu National Park is a conservation area of 57.25 square kilometers covering a forest area on Mount Merbabu (3,145 m) in Boyolali Regency, Magelang Regency, and Semarang Regency in Central Java Province, Indonesia. The national park was declared on May 4, 2004 which was previously a protected forest and a natural tourism park. Mount Merbabu National Park is very important as a source of water in the three Regencies and the flora and fauna habitat is protected and preserved. The area consists of mountain forest zones as stated by van Steenis. Lower mountain forest zone at 1,000 - 1,500 m has changed and overgrown by Tusam ( Pinus merkusii ), Puspa ( Schima wallichii ssp. Noronhae) and Bintuni. The upper mountain forest zone at 1,500 - 2,400 m is overgrown with acacia ( Acacia decurrens and Acacia virgata ), Puspa, Sengon gunung ( Albizia lophanta ), Sowo ( Engelhardtia serrata ), mountain cypress ( Casuarina junghuhniana ), Pasang (Quercus sp), and Tanganan. The sub-alp