Altitude : ca.350 m.
Date : 14-11-2018
Habit : Small tree
Habitat : Wild
Looks like Ficus racemosa L.
Yes, appears close to images at Ficus racemosa
This should be Ficus fistulosa Reinw. ex Blume
Probably Ficus auriculata (=Ficus oligodon)
I guess leaf venation and fruit does not match with both suggested sp.
Leaves have dentate margins hard to find after zooming and there might be chances of Ficus variegata Blume.
What are the keys?
FICUS HISPIDA? request for ID … :
i think mature leaves do not have serrate margin
it may be F. hispida, but i request to upload recent stage photo of the same plant leaves..
sample 1(Ficus hispida), I have taken the shot at my friends place ….. I collected a branch of the plant & planted in my garden which died and dried….. after 2 months I suddenly discovered that a new plant (sample
I think it is not F. hispida. F. hispida leaves are opposite
I have noticed that in the younger stage even F. hispida produces alternate leaves..
… please keep us posted on this plant after another 3 – 4 months.
I am also not very confident to conclude this as F. hispida.
This is not Ficus hispida. Refer my Ficus hispida photographs