Ficus drupacea Thunb., Ficus 11 1786. (Syn. Ficus auranticarpa Elmer [Invalid]; Ficus chrysochlamys K.Schum. & Lauterb.; Ficus chrysocoma Blume; Ficus citrifolia Willd. [Illegitimate]; Ficus drupacea var. glabrata Corner; Ficus drupacea var. pedicellata Corner; Ficus drupacea var. pubescens (Roth) Corner; Ficus drupacea var. subrepanda (Wall. ex King) D.Basu; Ficus ellipsoidea F.Muell. ex Benth. [Illegitimate]; Ficus gonia Buch.-Ham.; Ficus indica L.; Ficus mysorensis B.Heyne ex Roth; Ficus mysorensis Roth ex Roem. & Schult.; Ficus mysorensis var. dasycarpa (Miq.) M.F.Barrett; Ficus mysorensis f. parvifolia Miq.; Ficus mysorensis var. pubescens Roth ex Roem. & Schult.; Ficus mysorensis var. subrepanda Wall. ex King; Ficus payapa Blanco; Ficus pilosa Reinw. ex Blume; Ficus pilosa var. chrysocoma (Blume) King; Ficus rupestris Buch.-Ham. [Illegitimate]; Ficus subrepanda (Wall. ex King) King; Ficus vidaliana Warb.; Urostigma dasycarpum Miq.; Urostigma mysorense Miq.);
India (Southern region?), Bangladesh, China, Indonesia, Malesia, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Bhutan as per Synopsis of the Genus Ficus L. (Moraceae) in India Lal Babu Chaudhary*, Jana Venkata Sudhakar, Anoop Kumar, Omesh Bajpai, Rinkey Tiwari and G. V. S. Murthy- Taiwania, 57(2): 193-216, 2012;
Mysore Fig, Brown woolly fig • Marathi: बुराली वड Burali-Wad • Tamil: Sonnai-ala, Kal-ala • Malayalam: ചെലാ Chela • Kannada: Goni-Mara;
TSP-DEC2015-58-231: Images of Ficus drupaceae (Moraceae) : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (6)
It is my pleasure to share few images of Ficus drupaceae (Moraceae)
Habitat: Occurring by road sides
Sighting: Chikmagalur,Hassan and Tumkur, Karnataka, about 900 msl
Date: 11-05-2014, 24-05-2014, 02-02-2015, 06-02-2015 and 25-02-2015
MS,March, 2017/01 Ficus sp. for ID : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5)
Location : Khawbung, Mizoram
Date : 09-03-2017
Habit : Large deciduous tree; shoot hairy; fruit rounded, yellow,and red when ripe.
Habitat : Cultivated
Note : Fruits eaten by birds.
The photographs are identified as Ficus drupacea Thunb.
Much closer to Ficus drupacea Thunb., plant shows different leaf shapes, hairiness and venations according to habitat. I had observed similar leaves and figs in Ficus drupacea at Namdapha, Arunachal Pradesh, where receptacles were globose (much oblong in Western Ghats).
Fruit for Id – ID03042017SH3 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Fruit for Id pl.
This is Ficus drupacea Thunb., yes during flowering/fruiting this species sheds leaves and leaf flushing starts immediately.
Ficus For ID : Nasik : 040314 : AK-11 : Attachments (4). 7 posts by 2 authors.
Is this Mysore Fig?
I was given the name in Marathi….Paras Vad but have no clue to its botanical id.
As vernacular name known as Mysore fig, but scientific name presently treated as Ficus drupacea Thunb.
The photographs send by are identified as Ficus drupcaea Thunb.
Ficus drupacea var. pubescens : For Validation : Mumbai : 05MAY15 : AK-2 : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (3)
Seen at a cultivated garden in Mumbai last month.
Ficus Species For ID : Lalbagh,Bangalore : 04DEC16 : AK-11 : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (2)
Pictures taken on 1st Nov,16 at Lalbagh, Bangalore.
The photographs are identified as Ficus drupacea Thunb. (=Ficus drupacea Thunb. var. pubescens (B. Heyne ex Roth) Corner; Ficus mysorensis B. Heyne ex Roth in Roem. & Schult.)
Ficus drupacea Thunb.
Ficus aurea Nutt. (accepted name) ??? : 8 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (4)
Location: Bajrabarahi, Nepal
Altitude: 4800 ft.
Date: 13 April 2013
This should be Ficus drupacea Thunb. (No chance for getting Ficus aurea Nutt in Nepal because of its Caribbean Origin)
All the old and new photographs are temporarily identified as Ficus drupacea Thunb.
Location: Chobhar, Nepal
Altitude: 4600 ft.
Date: 18 July 2017
It is not F. aurea. I have seen F. aurea in Mysore. There are many here.
Ficus drupacea: 2 images.
Ficus drupacea both the varieties from Namdapha NP Arunachal Pradesh. Lot of animals, including, hornbills, barbets, hoolock gibbons feed on it extensively. Both the varieties occur sympatrically in AP.
I agree with … that this is Ficus drupacea Thunb. of Moraceae family
Ficus mysorensis is now a synonym of F.drupacea
Please use the following link for reference
It is edible for animals and birds for sure. We generally dont eat it. But if you collect it from the plant when it is ripened we can eat it.
Remember that there will be lots of fig wasps in it!
That would be world’s first non-veg fruit then…. :))
Kannada: Goni-Mara ( Ficus drupacea var. pubescens) . A common tree in Karnataka.
Mysore Fig is a strangler fig with a large canopy.
Leaf blade obovate-elliptic, with a rounded base. Leaves and the stalk are densely covered with yellowish brown velvety hairs.
Figs are large, conic-ellipsoid, densely covered with brownish yellow long hairs. When ripe, the figs turn orange. Involucral bracts are ovate-lanceolate.
The species name drupacea means fleshy fruit, which refers to the fact that the figs look like fleshy fruits.
Ref. Flowers of India
Nice pictures! The figs attract bats.
Request Tree ID – Is it a fig or satin leaf or somethingelse?:
Old airport road, bangalore
… just a guess: Ficus drupacea (syn. Ficus mysorensis) of family Moraceae
I initially thought it was Mysore Fig, and went and took pictures of mysore fig in lalbagh, which looks different.
yes its Ficus drupacea var. pubescens syn. F. mysorensis
Thanks, I will rename it again as Mysore Fig.
Ficus mysorensis : Confirm ID : Lalbagh, Bangalore : 080712 : AK-3:
A small tree with fruits.
I am aware of the huge Mysore Fig tree in Lalbagh.
But is this also Mysore Fig?
This was closer to the lake.
Yes it looks like Ficus drupacea Thunb. Syn: Ficus mysorensis
Ficus tree for identification 080113MK02:
Date: 27 Dec 2012
Place: Kolli Hills, TN
Alt.: 1500 m asl
could it be Ficus mysorensis?
Ficus tree for identification 080113MK02: This could be Ficus callosa as aerial roots are not seen. Ficus drupacea usually has a few aerial roots. Have it on my property at Shahapur. My photographs of a Ficus drupacea tree at Phansad WLS are available at this link
Am sending my photographs of Ficus callosa for comparison in a separate mail.
Ficus drupacea var. pubescens, I think so.
yes it does looks like Ficus drupacea var. pubescens.
Ficus : 3 images. 2 posts by 2 authors.
Requesting ID of this tree – Mumbai :: 04092013 :: ARK-02 :: February 2013 : Attachments (1 + 1). 4 posts by 2 authors.
I have attached another pic of the tree..
Ficus mysorensis. The figs turn orange when ripe.
along KSH 34 between Ramnagar & Malamba :: Ficus drupacea :: DVFEB43/76 : 1 post by 1 author. 7 images.
Mollem National Park :: Ficus drupacea :: DVMAR10/10 : 1 post by 1 author. 4 images.
Date: 18 FEB 2012 … Altitude: 125 – 145 m asl
Ficus drupacea Thunb. … (family: Moraceae)
Ficus callosa : Attachments (10). 7 posts by 4 authors.
Photographed at Dandeli.
1 Ficus callosa tree near Dandeli.jpg …
5 Ficus callosa tree at Dandeli town.jpg
6 Great Pied Hornbill.jpg
7 Malabar Grey Hornbill.jpg ..
10 Grey – fronted Green Pigeons.jpg
I was most inspired by the hornbill picture, loved it
Not Ficus callosa as per discussions from another thread.
Ficus drupacea Thunb.
Receptacles are sessile and in pairs.
The photographs are confirmed as Ficus drupacea
A feedback from another thread from …:
P.S. – my post titled ‘Ficus callosa’ was also wrong. As pointed out, that was Ficus drupacea. My apologies.
Ficus drupacea Thunb. (accepted name) : 1 post by 1 author. Attachments (2)
ID validation please.
To me appears close as per images on efi page at Ficus drupacea
May be … could help !
Ficus drupacea Thunb.
Ficus sp. for ID : 2 posts by 1 author. Attachments (4).
Bangalore 15th June
Ficus sp. has been identified as Ficus mollis Vahl syn. Ficus tomentosa Roxb. ex Willd.
To me figs look different from other images at Ficus mollis Vahl
I too agree it is not Ficus mollis
Sir, the photographs are identified as Ficus drupacea (=F. drupacea var pubescence).
This is Ficus drupaceaThunb. [=F. drupacea var. pubescens (Roth) Corner]
Ficus species for ID SH02 – Shervaroyan Hills, TN : 4 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
I request for the ID of the Ficus species. It seems Ficus drupacea. Checked with the images in Ficus page of eflora of India, but unable to confirm.
Shervaroyan Hills, Salem Dist, TN (Part of Southern Eastern Ghats)
Alt.: ca 1000 m asl.
This is Ficus drupacea Thunb.
Ficus drupacea Thunb. SN102018 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Cultivated tree in a home, White field to Hosakote road near Segehalli gate.
since its supposed to be straggler fig, how did you grow this in your garden. on what host tree. is the host tree alive. please tell us
Fruit for Id – ID21052019SH2 : 9 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)
Fruit for id pl.
Location – Latpanchar , West Bengal
Date – March 2019
Any other images?
I have one more image but very similar.
Yes young fruit !
This should be Ficus drupacea Thunb.
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Ficus I’d please: 1 image.
Thanks, …, for id as Ficus drupacea
This is Ficus drupacea Thunb.