"Helen Horton" <>
"michael hunter" <>
Wed, 7 Mar 2007 13:28:53 +1100
I don't suppose that you know of any sites for
F.racemosa do you?
The parrots would feed on any ripe figs, not just
cauliflorous ones, but if feeding on tree trunks they might be easier to see
than in the canopy.
It might be a question of overlapping fruiting times
that determines their rarity, if all the lowland figs fruiting at a particular
time of year have been cleared for agriculture, and figs elsewhere don't fruit
at that time, the fig-parrots are in trouble.
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