The leaves are not clear for either the host or the parasite please
send distinct pictures in which the leaves are clear both upper and
lower part of the leaves.
The "parasite" doesnt looks like a parasite that take food from the
host it could be a hemiepiphyte comes under the genus Ficus.
On May 31, 10:47 am, Yazdy Palia <yazdypa...@gmail.com
> Dear Mr. Nandan Kalbag,
> Many thanks for the information. One observation is that whenever these
> stranglers latch on to a parent tree, the inside becomes hollow. A cavity is
> created in the parent tree. These cavities are most frequently occupied by
> honey bee, lizards like monitor lizards, an occasional flying squirrel.
> On Mon, May 31, 2010 at 10:34 AM, Nandan Kalbag <ntkal...@gmail.com
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> > The pictures are of 'Strangler fig', they are not parasites but kill the
> > host by strangling.
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> > On Sun, May 30, 2010 at 6:59 PM, Yazdy Palia <yazdypa...@gmail.com
> >> Hello friends.
> >> The leaves of the parasite are small. The leaves of the parent tree
> >> are large. Would appreciate ID of both.
> >> Regards
> >> Yazdy.
> >> You have been sent 2 pictures.
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