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The conspicuous white to yellow roots and stems of the large-leaved rock fig are an impressive sight, well adapted to hugging rock faces and splitting rocks and earning this species a place among the true rock-splitting figs.
not a problem, ill hopefully be able to take closer pics on our next visit to KNP! keeps it exciting! thank you dan!
I checked the tree at work, it was a Bo fig, Ficus religiosa, but I'm not sure if this is that. I don't see the long drip tips that the Bo fig has. That was my best, sorry I couldn't help more.
Thanks for reminding me. I totally forgot to check this but I will soon. If you don't hear from me again by next week, message me again, thanks.
Hi Dan, any ideas about this tree yet? Sadly I do not have any close ups
Very cool tree. We have something like this at the greenhouse at work. I can check it for the ID but I think it might be a type of fig, ficus sp. I can look on monday to be sure. Close up photos of the leaves will always help with ID too.
Lat: -23.27, Long: 30.99
Spotted on Nov 10, 2011 Submitted on Aug 10, 2012