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Ficus retusa

Ficus retusa

Ficus retusa

Ficus retusa

Ficus retusa

Ficus retusa

Ficus retusa

Ficus retusa

Ficus retusa

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The Banyan fig (Ficus retusa) belongs to Moraceae (the Mulberry family). It is a tall evergreen tree that is native to India, Southeast Asia, the Okinawa Islands, the Tanegashima Island and Yakushima Island in Japan. It's stems have many hanging aerial roots which form supporting roots when arrive at ground. The aerial roots may squeeze host tree to death. The fig-like flowers come in May and ripen in August. This tree has a symbiotic relationship between small wasps (Agaonidae). Without this pollinator service this tree cannot reproduce by seed. 
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp