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2014-11-13 23:02:56

These unique and high quality are gifts are now available on Kickstarter.

2014-11-10 23:11:31

Recently, BambooIndustry.com, one of the most popular online suppliers, has announced its latest designs of solid bamboo floors.

2014-11-06 23:00:47

Recently, BambooIndustry.com, an outstanding online supplier of bamboo products, has added a new range of bamboo panels to its website.

2014-11-03 23:07:15

Recently, BambooIndustry.com, an innovative company that provides many kinds of durable bamboo products, has announced its new assortment of bamboo floorings.

2014-11-03 23:06:16

Recently, BambooFlooringChina.com, one of the most popular suppliers of excellent bamboo products, has unveiled its new designs of bamboo floorings online.

2014-11-03 23:00:48

BambooIndustry.com, one of the most famous bamboo product suppliers in the world, has recently unveiled its newest range of bamboo veneers.

2014-11-03 23:00:32

Recently, BambooFlooringChina.com, a well-known bamboo product manufacturer and retailer, has added a new range of bamboo mats to its product line.

Researchers Discover For First Time That Rare Bush Frog Breeds In Bamboo
2014-10-30 03:53:56

Researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have discovered a new reproductive mode in frogs and toads - breeding and laying direct developing eggs in live bamboo with narrow openings - which was observed in the white spotted bush frog (Raorchestes chalazodes).

2014-10-28 23:01:18

Recently, BamboofloorChina.com, a renowned bamboo item manufacturer and retailer, has unveiled its latest designs of strand woven bamboo floorings.

2014-10-27 23:12:09

Recently, BambooIndustry.com, a leading online supplier in the market, has announced its new range of solid bamboo floors.


Latest Bamboo Reference Libraries

Heavenly Bamboo, Nandina domestica
2014-01-12 10:23:00

Nandina domestica is a flowering plant. The species may also be referred to as Heavenly bamboo or Sacred bamboo. Despite its common names the species is not in fact bamboo, but an evergreen shrub. Nandina domestica belongs to the Berberidaceae family. The plant is native to eastern Asia, specifically from the Himalayas to Japan. Typically Nandina domestica plants grow up to 7 feet tall and approximately 5 feet wide. The shrub has clustered un-branched stems at its ground base. Leaves are...

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2009-06-17 13:03:39

The African Alpine Bamboo (Yushania alpina) is a species of perennial bamboo that is native to tropical Africa. It grows in dense stands on the mountains and volcanoes surrounding the Great Rift Valley between 8200 feet and 11,000 feet above sea level. The grass stems of the alpine bamboo are often used as fencing, plumbing and other building materials. Photo Copyright and Credit

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2009-04-23 10:56:12

Guadua is a moderate to very large species of thorny clumping bamboo in the Neotropics genus. The physical size of the Guadua angustifolia makes it the largest Neotropic bamboo. This genus is similar to Bambusa and is sometimes classified in the Bambusa category. This bamboo is intensely dominant in the Amazon basin and the Orinoco basin. Typically, it grows in low altitudes below 1,640 yards, but has been discovered in higher altitudes of up to 2,700 yards. Lowland tropical and...

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2006-12-13 15:27:37

The bamboo rats are four species of rodents of the subfamily Rhizomyinae. They are the sole living representatives of the tribe Rhizomyini. All are found in the eastern half of Asia. Bamboo rats vary in size. The Lesser Bamboo Rat is typically 5.09 to 9.84 in (15 to 25 cm long), and weighs from 17.64 to 26.46 oz (500 to 750 g). The Sumatra Bamboo Rat, which can reach lengths of nearly 19.69 in (50 cm) with a 7.87 (20 cm) tail, and weighs up to 8.82 lbs (4 kg). However they are all bulky,...

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