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Ficus pumila

Ficus pumila

Ficus pumila

Ficus pumila

Ficus pumila

Ficus pumila

Ficus pumila

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The climbing ficus (Ficus pumila) belongs to Moraceae (the Mulberry family). It is an evergreen woody vine that ia native from the Boso Peninsula of Honshu west to Shikoku and Kyushu, as well as southern China and East-south Asia. This vine grows in warm-temperate coastal areas and climbs up adjacent trees or cliffs by the aerial roots. The leaves are elliptic to oblong, and alternate. It is dioecious. The flower bloated sacs bloom at the axils from May to July. The female flower bloated sacs ripen black in November. 
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Shu Suehiro
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