ABOVE: A mature tree of Ficus tengerenis growing at Kg. Enggang, Hutan Lipur Jeram Toi, Negeri Sembilan, Peninsular Malaysia, a popular waterfall and swimming hole in the forested main range,  not far from Putrajaya in West Malaysia.

All photos by Astrid Cruaud and Jean-Yves Rasplus taken on 6 May 2013 at 2°49’53.1″N 102°02’16.2″E.

Ficus tengerensis is an uncommon fig of hill forest previously considered a variety of Ficus fistulosa  but treated as a separate species on this website.

See Ficus tengerensis: Introduction

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See also  Ficus tengerenis: Sun Bear dispersal

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Kg. Enggang, Hutan Lipur Jeram Toi, Negeri Sembilan, Peninsular Malaysia