Category Archives: Ficus

Ficus brachypoda

Large spreading fig tree with yellow fruits. Found across all Kimberley and Pilbara drainage zones, rocky outcrops and gorges. This tree is a prolific fruiting species, and a common inhabitant of rocky outcrops where sacred sites are important to indigenous … Continue reading

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Ficus coronulata

Medium size Fig found on rivers and streams of the Kimberley, features long lanceolate leaves.

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Ficus aculeata

Small tree or large shrub, rough sandpaper leaves and small sweet fruits, widespread in Kimberley and Pilbara woodlands.

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Ficus racemosa

Large fig tree with clusters of fruits growing on trunk and larger branches. Widespread in Kimberley wetlands  

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Ficus virens

Large spreading Banyan Fig, with long fibrous aerial roots, dark glossy leaves. Found in most Kimberley wetlands.

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