High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ficus obliqua, commonly
known as the Small-leaved Fig, a tree in the family Moraceae native
to eastern Australia. It is a banyan of the genus Ficus which
contains around 750 species worldwide in warm climates, including
the edible fig (Ficus carica). It is found along the east coast
from Queensland, through New South Wales in rainforest, savanna
woodland, sclerophyll forest and gallery forest. It can grow to 60
m (200 ft) high and nearly as wide. F. obliqua is pollinated by two
species of fig wasp-Pleistodontes greenwoodi and P. xanthocephalus.
Many species of bird, including pigeons, parrots and various
passerines, consume the fruit. It is used as a shade tree in parks
and public spaces, and is well-suited for use in bonsai.
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