Ficus Citrifolia

Ficus citrifolia, also known as the Shortleaf Fig, Giant Bearded Fig or Wild Banyantree, is a species of banyan native to southern Florida, the Caribbean, Central America, and northern South America south to Paraguay. It is distinguished from the closely related Florida Strangler Fig (Ficus aurea) mainly by the finer veining in the leaves.

Read more about Ficus CitrifoliaDescription, Ecology, Keystone Species, Genetic Mosaics, History, Medicine