Ficus benghalensis var. benghalensis

Ficus benghalensis  var. benghalensis Ficus benghalensis  var. benghalensis Ficus benghalensis  var. benghalensis

Ficus benghalensis var. benghalensis - A large banyan, rooting from the spreading branches, deciduous to evergreen. Stipules stout; Lamina 10-30 x 7-20 cm; petiole 15-70 x 3-6 mm. Figs sessile, axillary, paired, ripening orange to red; body 14-17 mm wide (15-20 x 21-25 mm, living). Male flowers with pedicels 1.5-2.3 mm long. Gall-flowers with pedicels 1.5-2.3 mm long. Female flowers sessile. Lamina with cystoliths abundant on the upper side

Scientific Name Ficus benghalensis var. benghalensis
Family Name MORACEAE
English Name Bengal fig
Local Name Maha nuga
Sanskrit Name Nyagrodha, Vata,Bahupada, Dhruva
Conservation Status Least Concerned (NCS) 2012
Status Native
Edible Parts None

Ficus benghalensis  var. benghalensis Ficus benghalensis  var. benghalensis Ficus benghalensis  var. benghalensis

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