African Plant Database

Ficus kamerunensis Warb. ex Mildbr. & Burret
Information on the genus : Ficus
Status for TA : accepted (present)
Ecology and distribution
Trop. Afr.
Biology : Shrub or tree sometimes sarmentous, 18-30 m tall; leaves in spirals or nearly distichous to opposite; lamina elliptic to lanceolate or subovate 1,5-11(-14) x 0,5-6 cm, apex acuminate to pointed, base pointed to obtuse, margins entire[…]
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Ecology : Epiphytic, strangler. Evergreen- or half-deciduous forests; sometimes on rocky soil.
  486-730 m alt. (Gabon). Closely related to F. thonningii; difference: in F. kamerunensis the leaves are drying brown and folded and margins involute, and stipules subpersistent.
  São Tomé.
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carte afrique num 24405
Record n°24405
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