Ficus oleifolia photographed on the summit ridge of Gunung Trus Madi (2,624 m), Borneo’s  second highest mountain after Gunung Kinabalu (4,095 m).

All photos by Linus Gokusing

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Ficus oleifolia growing near the summit of Trus Madi. F. oleifolia is the small bush growing in the centre of the photo.
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Ficus oleifolia on the summit of Trus Madi.
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Ficus oleifolia is  a characteristic shrub of mountain summits throughout Borneo.
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Ficus oleifolia. These figs are on a different bush  from the bush shown above which is also on the summit of Trus Madi however the figs are not yet ripe.

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A view of the summit of Trus Madi
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The vegetation on the summit of Trus Madi is a mixture of small berry bearing shrubs such as Ficus oleifolia, melastomas, leptospermum, rhododendrons and herbs characteristic of the Bornean mountains., including ground orchids and nepenthes.

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