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Ficus insipida

Wikipedia Abstract

Ficus insipida is a tropical tree in the fig genus of the family Moraceae. It ranges from Mexico to South America, and is commonly found in cloud forest above 1,550 meters ASL.
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Janka Hardness [1]  470 lbf (213 kgf) Very Soft
Specific Gravity [2]  0.41


Alouatta palliata (mantled howler monkey)[3]
Alouatta pigra (Mexican black howler monkey)[3]
Alouatta seniculus (red howler monkey)[3]
Amazona albifrons (White-fronted Parrot)[4]
Amazona auropalliata (Yellow-naped Parrot)[4]
Amazona finschi (Lilac-crowned Parrot)[5]
Artibeus jamaicensis (Jamaican fruit-eating bat)[3]
Artibeus lituratus (great fruit-eating bat)[3]
Artibeus obscurus (dark fruit-eating bat)[3]
Ateles belzebuth (white-bellied spider monkey)[3]
Ateles geoffroyi (Central American spider monkey)[3]
Bassaricyon gabbii (Olingo)[6]
Brotogeris jugularis (Orange-chinned Parakeet)[4]
Brycon guatemalensis (Macabi tetra)[3]
Carollia brevicauda (silky short-tailed bat)[3]
Cebus albifrons (white-fronted capuchin)[3]
Cebus capucinus (white-faced capuchin)[3]
Chiroderma villosum (hairy big-eyed bat)[3]
Dermanura phaeotis (pygmy fruit-eating bat)[3]
Lagothrix lagothricha (Humboldt's woolly monkey)[3]
Myscelia cyaniris (Royal blue butterfly)[7]
Nasua narica (White-nosed Coati)[8]
Nasua nasua (South American Coati)[3]
Platyrrhinus helleri (Heller's broad-nosed bat)[3]
Potos flavus (Kinkajou)[3]
Pyrrhura frontalis (Reddish-bellied Parakeet)[9]
Rhinoclemmys funerea (Black Wood Turtle)[3]
Saimiri sciureus (South American squirrel monkey)[3]
Sapajus apella (brown capuchin)[3]
Sciurus variegatoides (variegated squirrel)[10]
Tapirella bairdii (Baird's tapir)[3]
Tapirus terrestris (South American tapir)[3]
Uroderma bilobatum (tent-making bat)[3]
Vampyriscus nymphaea (striped yellow-eared bat)[3]
Vampyrodes caraccioli (great stripe-faced bat)[3]


Parasitized by 
Tetrapus costaricanus[7]



Attributes / relations provided by 1Wood Janka Hardness Scale/Chart J W Morlan's Unique Wood Gifts 2WOOD SPECIFIC GRAVITY IN SPECIES FROM TWO TROPICAL FORESTS IN MEXICO, Josefina Barajas-Morales, IAWA Bulletin n.s., Vol. 8 (2), 1987 143-148 3"Fig-eating by vertebrate frugivores: a global review", MIKE SHANAHAN, SAMSON SO, STEPHEN G. COMPTON and RICHARD CORLETT, Biol. Rev. (2001), 76, pp. 529–572 4FORAGING ECOLOGY OF PARROTS IN A MODIFIED LANDSCAPE: SEASONAL TRENDS AND INTRODUCED SPECIES, GREG D. MATUZAK, M. BERNADETTE BEZY, AND DONALD J. BRIGHTSMITH, The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120(2):353–365, 2008 5LILAC-CROWNED PARROT DIET AND FOOD RESOURCE AVAILABILITY: RESOURCE TRACKING BY A PARROT SEED PREDATOR, KATHERINE RENTON, The Condor 103:62–69 (2001) 6Kays, RW 2000. The behavior and ecology of olingos (Bassaricyon gabbii) and their competition with kinkajous (Potos flavus) in central Panama Mammalia 64:1–10 7Jorrit H. Poelen, James D. Simons and Chris J. Mungall. (2014). Global Biotic Interactions: An open infrastructure to share and analyze species-interaction datasets. Ecological Informatics. 8Nasua narica, Matthew W. Gompper, MAMMALIAN SPECIES No. 487, pp. 1-10 (1995) 9Seasonal abundance and feeding ecology of parrots and parakeets in a lowland Atlantic forest of Brazil, Mauro Galetti, Ararajuba 5(2):115-126 (1997) 10Sciurus variegatoides, Troy L. Best, MAMMALIAN SPECIES No. 500, pp. 1-6 (1995)
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