Ficus caulocarpa on the road to Serasa beach, Brunei. There are several large F. calulocarpa stranglers growing along this road. Jungle Dave for size comparison.
Ficus caulocarpa is one of 5 strangling figs in SECTION UROSTIGMA. These fig trees are often very large. The leaves are distinctive with long petioles and a “hinge” at the junction of the petiole (leaf stalk) and the leaf blade on the under surafce of the leaf. The small figs are ramiflorus often growing abundantly along the branches. F. caulocarpa is a common strangler throughout Borneo but especially in coastal districts and secondary cultivation.
Ficus caulocarpa leaf with long oval leaf blade and  reddish coloured leaf stalks (petioles).
Ficus caulocarpa leaves cannot be mistaken for  those of any other Bornean fig.
Thanks to  the wisdom of  the Sultan of Brunei Darussalam and Brunei’s  conservationist forest policy , Serasa Beach  which stretches out on a small peninsula into Brunei Bay  is probably the richest place in the world to look for drift seeds. This is the result of  the  large area of intact forest that survives in the water catchment of  Brunei Bay, including mangrove, brackish water swamp forest, peat swamp forest, alluvial flood plain forest and hill forest, each habitat hosting a distinct flora.