Harman Patil

Anaphalis javanica

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Asteraceae
Scientific name  Anaphalis javanica
Rank  Species
Order  Asterales
Genus  Anaphalis
Higher classification  Anaphalis
Anaphalis javanica Panoramio Photo of Edelweis Anaphalis Javanica
Similar  Anaphalis, Dacrycarpus imbricatus, Stinking corpse lily, Leontopodium, Indian muntjac

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Anaphalis javanica or Javanese edelweiss is a flowering plant species endemic to Indonesia. They are found mostly in mountainous regions of Java, southern Sumatra, southern Sulawesi and Lombok. Although a mature plant can reach eight metres in height, most specimens are less than a metre tall. The flower are generally seen between April and August. A bird species, the Javan whistling thrush (Myophonus glaucinus), nests in the plants branches.

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Anaphalis javanica Javanese Edelweiss Anaphalis javanica Flora and Fauna of Indonesia

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Threat

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Known as bunga abadi in Indonesian, literally means eternal flower, this plant is popular among tourists. Dried flowers are often sold as souvenirs. This could lead to the destruction of the wild grown species. In the Bromo-Tengger region in East Java this plant is considered extinct. This species is constantly decreasing in number and is currently protected in Gunung Gede Pangrango National Park.

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References

Anaphalis javanica Wikipedia


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