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Ficus rubiginosa

Ficus rubiginosa

Ficus rubiginosa

Ficus rubiginosa

Ficus rubiginosa

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The rusty-leaf fig (Ficus rubiginosa) belongs to Moraceae (the Mulberry family). It is a semi-tall evergreen tree that is native to eastern Australia. This tree can reach 7-15 m in height and has multi stems with many branches. It's stem has also hanging aerial roots. This tree is sesitive to the cold, though it is tolerant sea breeze and salt damage. Fruits are fig-like achenes and edible. Rusty-leaf fig are planted in parks and public gardens in east coast towns and cities of Australia. 
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Shu Suehiro
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