Forestry

Forestry

ITS–Mushrooms are the fleshy fruit body of certain fungi, but some restrict the term mushroom to the common field mushroom. All mushroom are fungi. Not all fungi, however, are mushrooms in the popular meaning of the term since the ...

ITS–The Matoa is a large deciduous tree native to continental Asia, but today this plant has spread to other tropical countries. This plant’s scientific name is Pometiapinnata, and it belongs to the Sapindaceae family. The plant can reach ...

ITS–Morus macruora, or the Andalas Tree, is known as pohonandalasin the Indonesian language.  It is found only in the West Java province and the southern part of the province of West Sumatra. The Minang ethnic group in West ...

ITS–This species’ botanical name is Eucalyptus urophylla (S.T. Blake: and it belongs to the Myrtaceae family. Some taxonomists make no distinction between this species and the two others of the same family: Eucalyptus alba or Eucalyptus decaisneana. The ...

ITS–The Ebony Tree (Diospyros celebica),called in the Indonesian language ebenor eboni, is one of the most popular trees because of its hardness and durability. The tree’s trunk is black, thus it is also takes the name kayu hitam ...

ITS–Sandalwood (Santalum album), is called cendana in the Indonesian language, originated in South East Asia and has spread as far as Australia, the Pacific Islands, and Hawaii. In Indonesia, the species grows from East Java to East Nusa ...

ITS–The Gading Bamboo (Schizotachyum brachyladum) is called Bambu Gading in the Indonesian language. Colored yellowish-green, green with yellow stripes, or yellow with chocolate points, it grows to 15-20 meters in height. The length between the joints reaches 20 ...

ITS–Bambu Betung Hitam (Dencrocalamus asper), is also called Awi Betung, Pring Petung, or Preng Petong in the Indonesian language. Black in color, it can reach a length of 20 meters and attain a diameter of 20 centimetres. The ...

ITS–Red Palm Trees (Crytostchis renda), called Pinang Merah or Palem Merah in Indonesian, abound in the province of Jambi. They also grow else where on Sumatra’s East Coast, the Riau islands, and West Kalimantan in smaller numbers. In ...