East Kalimantan

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distinct species

was initially thought to fall within the variability of ''N. fusca'', but in 2011 it was described as a distinct species, ''N. epiphytica (Nepenthes epiphytica)'', with ''Kostermans 21495'' designated as its holotype. ** Lampung (in Central Lampung (Central Lampung Regency), Mesuji (Mesuji Regency), Tulang Bawang (Tulangbawang Regency), Way Kanan (Way Kanan Regency), and West Tulangbawang Regencies (West Tulang Bawang Regency)) ** East


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map_caption motto ''Ruhui Rahayu'' ("Perfect harmony the blessing from God") anthem subdivision_type Country (List of sovereign states) subdivision_name Indonesia demographics1_title1 Official Language(s) demographics1_info1 Indonesian (Indonesian language) demographics1_title2 Recognised Regional Language(s


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the Kelai River on Mount Nyapa (Njapa), Berau Regency, East Kalimantan. Robinson, A.S., J. Nerz & A. Wistuba 2011. ''Nepenthes epiphytica'', a new pitcher plant from East Kalimantan. In: McPherson, S.R. ''New Nepenthes: Volume One''. Redfern Natural History Productions, Poole. pp. 36–51. It is deposited at the National Herbarium of the Netherlands in Leiden. This taxon

as a "long sandstone ridge with several small peaks". The typical habitat of this species is mossy forest. A population of approximately 200 plants has been found growing at an elevation of around 1600 McPherson, S.R. 2009. ''Pitcher Plants of the Old World''. 2 volumes. Redfern Natural History Productions, Poole. or 1700 m. ''Nepenthes mollis


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Indonesia (Indonesian music) (i.e. in the music of the Toraja in South Sulawesi, in Flores, in East Kalimantan and in North Sulawesi), two-part harmonies are common, usually in intervals of thirds, fourths or fifths. Yampolsky, Philip. "Indonesia." ''Grove Music Online ed. L. Macy'' (accessed October 11, 2006). Online (Subscription required) Additionally, much Middle Eastern music


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Kalimantan (in Berau (Berau Regency) and West Kutai Regencies (West Kutai Regency)) ** Papua ***All provinces in the Lesser Sunda Islands including major cities such as: Denpasar, Mataram (Mataram (city)), and Kupang. ***Two provinces in Kalimantan (Borneo) island: East Kalimantan and South Kalimantan. Including major cities such as: Balikpapan, Banjarmasin, and Tarakan (Tarakan, East Kalimantan). **tz database identifier is "Asia Makassar" The route The official route for the highway actually begins at Miri, and it continues north towards Brunei, Limbang and Lawas in Sarawak, into Sabah via Sindumin, and onto Sipitang, Beaufort (Beaufort, Sabah), Papar, Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, Lahad Datu, Tawau and ends at Serudong on the Sabah East Kalimantan border. The highway also extends southwards from Miri towards Bintulu, Sibu and Kuching, and ends at Sematan on the West Kalimantan Sarawak border. Pan Borneo Highway 95.2% completed - Daily Express (Wayback Machine, taken at 21 February 2008 (original link) ''Nepenthes northiana'' is very similar to ''N. mapuluensis (Nepenthes mapuluensis)'', a species known from only a handful of limestone peaks in East Kalimantan, on the other side of Borneo. Adam, J.H. & C.C. Wilcock 1990. A new ''Nepenthes'' from Mount Ilas Mapulu in Borneo. ''Blumea'' '''35''': 265–267. Although there are few morphological characters separating these two taxa (taxon), there seem to be several stable differences that can be used to distinguish between them. Compared to ''N. northiana'', the leaves on the climbing stems of ''N. mapuluensis'' are more linear, the pitchers darker in colour, and the upper pitchers narrower. It is also worth noting that ''N. northiana'' is known only from the Bau (Bau, Sarawak) area of Sarawak, which lies several hundred kilometres away from the only known populations of ''N. mapuluensis''. Ecology ''Nepenthes pilosa'' is endemic (endemism) to the mountain range of Bukit Batu Lesung (likely synonymous with Ketang Lesung) in East Kalimantan, Borneo. The mountain has been described as a "long sandstone ridge with several small peaks". The typical habitat of this species is mossy forest. A population of approximately 200 plants has been found growing at an elevation of around 1600 McPherson, S.R. 2009. ''Pitcher Plants of the Old World''. 2 volumes. Redfern Natural History Productions, Poole. or 1700 m. ''Nepenthes mollis'' has only been collected once, on October 17, 1925 by Frederik Endert on Mount Kemul Commons:Category:East Kalimantan Dmoz:Regional Asia Indonesia Provinces East_Kalimantan Wikipedia:East Kalimantan


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Mohamad Djalaloeddin Sultan van Boeloengan TMnr 60041527.jpg thumb Sultan Maulana Mohamad Jalaluddin of Bulungan (1931) '''Bulungan Regency''' is a regency of East Kalimantan in Indonesia. thumb Location of Nunukan Regency in East Kalimantan (File:Lokasi Kalimantan Timur Kabupaten Nunukan.svg) '''Nunukan''' is a regency of East Kalimantan in Indonesia. Image:Durio kutej F 070203 ime.jpg ''Durio kutejensis'' fruit, Muara Lawa, Kutai Barat, East

Kalimantan , Indonesia Image:Durio kutej F 070202 139 malw.jpg ''Durio kutejensis'' fruit, sold at roadside market in Muara Lawa, Kutai Barat, East Kalimantan, Indonesia Image:Durio kutej F 070203 ime.jpg ''Durio kutejensis'' fruit, Muara Lawa, Kutai Barat, East Kalimantan, Indonesia Image:Durio kutej F 070202 139 malw.jpg ''Durio kutejensis'' fruit, sold at roadside market in Muara Lawa, Kutai Barat, East Kalimantan, Indonesia


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work Flight International page 93 date 2007-04-03 The company also maintain a secondary hub for its oil & gas industry clients in Sepinggan International Airport, East Kalimantan, and operates limited scheduled services from Ngurah Rai International Airport on the island of Bali to the islands of Lombok and Flores. Indonesia Air Transport is listed in category 1 by Indonesian Civil Aviation Authority for airline safety quality. ref>


music music

Indonesia (Indonesian music) (i.e. in the music of the Toraja in South Sulawesi, in Flores, in East Kalimantan and in North Sulawesi), two-part harmonies are common, usually in intervals of thirds, fourths or fifths. Yampolsky, Philip. "Indonesia." ''Grove Music Online ed. L. Macy'' (accessed October 11, 2006). Online (Subscription required) Additionally, much Middle Eastern music

music of the Middle East is generally homophonic, although polyphony is also an important texture, while Chinese music is generally thought to be homophonic, since instruments typically provide accompaniment in parallel fourths and fifths and often double the voice in vocal music, heterophony also being common in China. Picken, Laurence. "Instrumental Polyphonic Folk Music in Asia Minor," ''Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association'', 80th Sess. (1953 - 1954), pp. 73-86. Mok, Robert T. "Heterophony in Chinese Folk Music," ''Journal of the International Folk Music Council'', Vol. 18. (1966), pp. 14-23. *Indonesia (Central Areas) **East (East Kalimantan) and South Kalimantan **Lesser Sunda Islands '''Sepinggan International Airport''' Commons:Category:East Kalimantan Dmoz:Regional Asia Indonesia Provinces East_Kalimantan Wikipedia:East Kalimantan


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music of the Middle East is generally homophonic, although polyphony is also an important texture, while Chinese music is generally thought to be homophonic, since instruments typically provide accompaniment in parallel fourths and fifths and often double the voice in vocal music, heterophony also being common in China. Picken, Laurence. "Instrumental Polyphonic Folk Music in Asia Minor," ''Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association'', 80th


unique natural

during marine regression, culminating in formation of the delta in the late Miocene. Tourist sites In addition to Derawan Islands, East Kalimantan has a unique natural site, Labuan Cermin Lake at Biduk-biduk district which features fresh water on top with about 2 meters thickness and sea water underneath it. Both fresh water fish and sea water fish live in the lake inhabiting their respective habitat layer. "Cermin" means mirror

East Kalimantan

'''East Kalimantan''' (Indonesian (Indonesian language): ), is a province of Indonesia. Its territory comprises the eastern portion of Borneo. It has a population of about 3.5 million, and its capital is Samarinda.

East Kalimantan has a total area of The majority of the region shares a maritime border to the east with West Sulawesi and North Sulawesi; its coastline faces the Makassar Strait and the Celebes Sea. Its former northernmost region is now North Kalimantan; to its south, East Kalimantan borders the South Kalimantan province. The province bordered Sabah before the split, but still borders Sarawak.

East Kalimantan is now divided into six regencies (Regencies of Indonesia) and three cities. Awang Faroek Ishak is its governor and Farid Wadjdy as its vice governor.

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