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What kind of leaf?

 
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Dear all, can i just check what kinda leaf is this or maybe can identify which tree is this from? Iam new here so please excuse me if iam posting on the wrong thread.
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Hi, welcome to Permies!  Do you know if it came from a tree or a shrub?  What part of the world do you live in?  That could help narrow it down.
 
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Heya Mike! Thank you for replying. Appreciate it alot! Iam from Singapore. I found this laying on the roadside though most probably from a tree thats around.

Could this be from Terminalia catappa? (indian almond tree)
 
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No problem!  Hopefully the folks that know those plants will see this shortly, I have no idea since I live a bit farther north.
 
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T. catappa looks right (they change color like that), but I can think of other leaves that look similar (jackfruit, for example, which I imagine would also grow in Singapore).
 
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Looks like a Fiddle Leaf Fig to me.
 
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Thanks for the replies guys. I found out that this leaf is different from the cattappa. Hmm. This is the one i was looking for thou.
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Cattapas change color in autum.. When its dried up thats where the goodness comes in mostly for my arowanas.
 
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I think its a  Fiddle Leaf .
 
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Looks just like my family name. :/
 
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