Anyone has got the blues? Me, the yellows.

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#1
Well, well, well.
After a year of a pacific relationship, one of my Ficus decided to show me some yellow leaves.
Not the normal waxy creamy yellow found in leaves that fall down when old; a half green half yellow tone that is showing up even in the young leaves.
The Ficus was not moved or repotted, watering is OK, temperature OK, humidity is the usual here in the tropical summer.
After searching for a definite answer, I gave up and ask here:
What could it be?
Two pictures attached:
The first, some possibilities, but the leaves don't look like any of those examples.
The second, two leaves from the same tree.

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Anthony

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#2
Hint ---------- apart from Ficus benjamina and a Willow leaf type [ which you should
have in Brazil ] leave all other Ficus plants alone.

Or if you have an old one like that Guy over in Hawaii.

But you will not get the refinement that satisfies.

Look also to your local trees, they will out perform the imports.
Good Day
Anthony
 
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