Ficus watkinsiana F.M.Bailey
Bailey, F.M. (1891) Queensland Department of Agriculture and Stock. Botany Bulletin 2: 18. Type: Mooloolah, Field Naturalists, Dec. 1890; top of Bunya Mountains, H. Tryon top of Blackall Range, Alex. Anderson.
Green Leaved Moreton Bay Fig; Fig, Watkin's; Strangling Fig; Strangler Fig; Nipple Fig; Grey Leaved Moreton Bay Fig; Watkin's Fig; Figwood; Fig, Green Leaved Moreton Bay; Fig, Grey Leaved Moreton Bay; Fig, Nipple; Fig, Strangler; Fig, Strangling
Cotyledons orbicular, about 5-6 mm diam. First few pairs of leaves with a few small oil dots visible with a lens. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf blade ovate, apex acute, base obtuse, margin dentate, teeth obscure, glabrous; petiole glabrous; stipules sheathing the terminal bud, about 2-4 cm long, glabrous, falling early. Seed germination time 14 to 16 days.
Fallen fruit eaten by Cassowaries. Cooper & Cooper (1994).