This Ficus has quickly become one of our favorites. Striking leaves, bright green with contrasting yellow veins, reach up to 5"-6" long. The plant has an erect vining habit that suits it well to so many applications. In nature it grows epiphytically on tree trunks where it produces bright orange, golf-ball sized fruit. Note: A different species of Ficus has erroneously been given the name F. punctata, especially in the dart frog hobby, but this is not correct. Review of herbarium specimens will show that the misidentified plant does not resemble this species at all.