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Artocarpus heterophyllus


The fruit itself was about one foot in length, and four feet above the forest floor. Though the durian itself is common and not insanely interesting, it attracted many different types of bugs. Specifically a red bug about 0.7 inches long, its head in proportion to its entire body took up about 1/5 of itself. From the head, two long wings covered the rest of its backside. The durians were much thinner than the usual round circular shape, and its texture was rough and bumpy. From the top it was connected to thick green waxy branches. Additionally, the fruit was arburial, growing in the trees.

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kfox 6 years ago

Totally! Good job!

kiram1 6 years ago

Do you think that it's a jackfruit? :) Thanks for the helpful comments!

kfox 6 years ago

I love this picture, your description is great, your ID is incorrect, however. Try checking out the book "what is that tree?" in the classroom.

Singapore American School
Spotted by a stud ent at Singapore American School

Singapore, Singapore

Spotted on Mar 3, 2014
Submitted on Mar 3, 2014

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