Ara manggis (Ficus Crassiramea)


Ficus crassiramea is a species of  in the family Moraceae.

Ecology: At Krau in W. Malaysia, Lambert (1990) found that the fig fruit were eaten by hornbills, langurs, squirrels, binturongs and giant flying squirrels. On the Kinabatangan the ripe figs attracted three species of hornbills,  Green Imperial Pigeons, Hill Mynas and Long-tailed Macaques.

F.crassiramea is the most common large strangler of the Kinabatangan flood plain forest.


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