Flood-Adapted Strangler Fig

Flood-Adapted Strangler Fig

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Caption: Strangler figs (Ficus sp) in flooded forest: the dense bundles of dark-brown adventitious roots take nutrients directly from the water when they are submerged by the annual flood of the Mekong River. On an island in the Ramsar site above Stung Treng, Cambodia.

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