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Ficus erecta var. sieboldii

Ficus erecta var. sieboldii

Ficus erecta var. sieboldii

Ficus erecta var. sieboldii

Ficus erecta var. sieboldii

Ficus erecta var. sieboldii

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"Hosoba-inu-biwa" (Ficus erecta var. sieboldii) belongs to Moraceae (the Mulberry family). It is a semi-tall deciduous tree that is distributed from the Kanto region of Honshu westward to Shikoku, Kyushu in Japan, and Taiwan. It grows in mountainous areas and grows 3 to 5 m high. From April to June, spherical syconiums are produced in the axils of the leaves, which turn light red when ripe. In fall, the leaves turn yellow with a hint of orange. In Taiwanese Chinese, it is called "‹奶žÕ". 
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp