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- Hossaert-McKey, Martine, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Acta oecologica 2018 v.90 pp. 18-27
- Ficus; case studies; coasts; habitats; hills; human settlements; humans; landscapes; motivation; ownership; planting; politics; rural communities; trees; urban areas; women; Madagascar
- ... Humans have favored the presence of Ficus species within anthropogenic landscapes and near human settlements throughout the planet due to a number of beliefs and for practical purposes. An intimate or mutualistic relationship between Ficus spp and human societies has been suggested but explanations about the motivations of these proximities between humans and Ficus remain very fragmentary. The cas ...