Ficus rosulata growing in the forest just behind the Ulu Ulu Resort, Temburong, Brunei. This fig is common in damp lowland primary forest throughout Borneo up to at least 900 m in the Crocker Range. The green cauliferous figs are dispersed by small Cynopterus fruit bats.
Ficus rosulata is disitinguished from other green cauliferous figs by the pyramidal bracts that cover the ostiole  (hole) at the base of the fig.
The brown “soil ” surrounding these figs is deposited by ants.The purpose is at present unknown.
Ficus rosulata, Ulu Ulu Resort, Temburong, Brunei, Borneo.