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Mira, You are welcome. Your interest in and appreciation of nature are obvious!
Thank you, Derdriu, for your response!
Mira, Curtain fig trees definitely have an other-worldly appearance because those are roots, not branches! They belong to the species of strangler figs, which have lengthy, aerial roots: very useful for strangling their host trees.
Yes, the sting from the silica-tipped hairs of Dendrocnide moroides can be fatal to humans. This species is one of the most virulent of its species.
It's fun to roam through forests. Such wonderful memories derive from the magical, freeing experience of forest walks and rambles.
I hope that you are able to resume forest roamings in the near future.
I know that I wish that for myself as well.
That curtain fig tree is so unusual. So the branches grow downwards?? Also, the sting of a plant like the one you're showing (Dendrocnide moroides) can be fatal to humans? I used to roam through forests as a child, and I'd like to do that again in the future :)