Adinandra Belukar is a type of forest found in Singapore. This type of forest is identified by poor soil conditions and by a species of vegetation that can adapt to these conditions. Black Varieties describes a plot of land in the Belukar where nocturnal varieties of flora exists. These flowers change in colour and in form throughout the night to according to temperature and acidic conditions of the soil. These are imagined varieties, but are a remix of characteristics found in certain species native to South-east Asia. These are: Hibiscus Mutabilis, Mussaenda Philippica (aka Aurorae), Hymenocallis (aka Spider Lily), leaves of the Albizia saman (aka Pukul Lima or Rain Tree), amongst others.
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