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AS-HOPE report

Number: AS-23-023

To do pre-research for my master thesis

Report: Hamada Asuka

Date: 2011/6/22 - 2011/6/30

 Fig can bear fruits throughout a year. On the other hand, other plant species can bear in particular season. So fig fruits may be important foods for animals when many fruits are short. I will demonstrate the relationships between animal assemblages which use fig fruits. In this time, I researched figs that I focused on. I observed 100 fig trees, and checked their bearing condition, proportion of matured fruits. And I also checked whether this study site is easy to observation.


Fig fruit


A fig tree, observation object


A scene Cynomolgus eating fig fruit

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