Botanical name: Ficus rumphii Family: Moraceae (Mulberry family)
Synonyms: Ficus cordifolia, Ficus populnea
Golden Rumph's Fig is a tree, sometimes growing as shrub on other trees. Bark is dark grey. Leaves are broadly ovate or heart-shaped, somewhat leathery, alternate, tip tapering. Receptacles are stalkless or nearly stalkless, Figs are borne in leaf-axils on leafy branchlets, in small clusters, with dark spots when young, dark purple when mature usually in in leaf-axils pairs, spherical, smooth, white or with spots, black when ripe. Male flowers are few, stamens 1. Female flowers ovary white, ovoid, smooth, style persistent, club-shaped stigma. Achenes are thin, tuberculate with adherent liquid. Golden Rumph's Fig is found in
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