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 Photo from the Russian site: Cуккуленты-бонсай.

A small plant by Neil Soares.

A medium-sized plant by Neil Soares.

The fruits by Pradeep Rajatewa,

Author: Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel, 1867
Origin:   Southern India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Andaman Island, Thailand, West Himalaya
Soil:  Clay - Mix
Water:  Medium - Maximum
Sun:  Medium - Maximum
Thickness:  30 Centimetres
Height:  10 Metres
Flower:   Greenish
Names:  Indian Rock Fig, Wild Peepal, Waved-Leaved Fig Tree
Synonyms:  Urostigma arnottianum, Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel, 1847.
Ficus courtallensis
, Baill.;
Ficus populeaster
, Desf.
Urostigma cordifolium, Dalzell & A.Gibson.
Urostigma courtallense, Miq.
By mistake: "Ficus arnotiana"

This member of the Moraceae family was given this name by Friedrich Anton Wilhelm Miquel in 1867. It is found in southern India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Andaman Island, Thailand and western Himalaya, growing in the dry deciduous forests in clay to a well drained soil with quite some water water and some to lots of sun. The stem can grow to 30 centimetres in diameter, the entire plant to ten metres in height. The flowers are greenish.

The genera name originates from the old Latin name for Ficus carica which was from the Persian word fica. The species name after the Scottish botanist George Arnott Walker-Arnott, 1799-1868.

 The leaves by Vengolis,

A large tree.