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Notes:

those two pictures are taken from separate trees in the same trail.. according to the guide I was with, these trees are the wettest among other plants/trees even when it's a dry summer month

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5 Comments

JulianGalvez
JulianGalvez 9 years ago

Probably Ficus nota (a.k.a. tibig), a common sight in Phil. lowland forests

http://toptropicals.com/catalog/uid/ficu...

alice and nath
alice and nath 9 years ago

I think Dandoucette is correct. This is a Ficus. I just don't know which one.

dandoucette
dandoucette 9 years ago

Yes, they are connected to the tree but most trees flower and fruit from the ends of their branches. Most (or all I'm not sure) figs flower and fruit on their trunk. I've seen many figs like this.

so they are not at all connected to the tree?

dandoucette
dandoucette 9 years ago

I'd say these are a type of fig, Ficus. They fruit from the trunk like this.

Laoag, Ilocos Norte, Philippines

Spotted on Jun 6, 2011
Submitted on Jun 10, 2011

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