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Allutacea Fig

Ficus allutacea


The Allutacea Fig plant (Ficus allutacea) is a root climber which grows on a host tree until it reaches certain height to spread the branches. This species is widespread across Southeast Asia but very rare in Borneo.


Growing on a host tree in a primary rainforest.


So far these photos are the only photos of the fresh fruits available online. Borneo have over 150 native fig species and I have documented 1/3 of it together with 1StopBorneo Wildlife expeditions.

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Tawau, Sabah, Malaysia

Spotted on Jun 11, 2020
Submitted on Nov 4, 2020

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