May 24, 2015
Dendrophthoe falcata (Indian Mistletoe) is a large bushy evergreen parasitic plant species generally found growing on various host plants in tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world. It belongs to the Loranthaceae family of the flowering plants and is native to Asia, Africa and Australia. It is a partial stem parasite which depends on the host for water and minerals while the green leaves of the plant are able to manufacture food through photosynthesis.

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