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Ficus erecta

Ficus erecta

Ficus erecta

Ficus erecta

Ficus erecta

Ficus erecta

Ficus erecta

Ficus erecta

Ficus erecta

Ficus erecta

Ficus erecta

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The "Inu-biwa" (Ficus erecta) belongs to Moraceae (the Mulberry family). It is a small deciduous tree that is distributed westward from Kanto district of Honshu to Shikoku, Kyushu of Japan, as well as Taiwan. This tree grows in mountains and hills, and can reach 3-5 m in height. The leaves are ovate-elliptic and arrnaged in alternate. The white saps ooze when the branches or leaves are injured. It is a dioecious. The flower bloated sacs come in April and May. The fruits are utricles, ripen black-purple in fall, and edible.
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