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Enormous growth of strangler
Coordinate position is not precise.
I anyone know which ficus species this is I would love to know.
Evidence of strangler
A "young" strangler
Growing in the rainforest close to the ocean in tropical far NE Australia, this ...
Lowland Rainforest, living in a strangler ...
A columnar tree formed by a strangler
Planted near a community pool; growing with
This sp. finds a host tree & literally 'strangles" it .
I found this at my school. It was wrapped around a large tree.
Cemetery in scrub
Colorful caterpillar with tentacles.
With a family of at least 4
Lacework beaches enveloping the host to its ultimate demise.
another hollow strangler
spotted in Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park.
Spotted this strangler
This tree was being overgrown by a parasitic tree I at first thought might be a ...
This tree begins as an epiphyte. It's sometimes called
The Curtain Fig Tree is of the
, eventually encompassing the host tree, hence the name '
Woody vine growing around an upright tree.
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