Ficus pisocarpa growing next to the river near the SRK (Govt. Primary School) at Kg. Babagon, Penampang, Sabah. The fig fruit are unripe. When ripe the bracts covering the ostiole open up allowing a clear passageway to the pregnant fig wasps which exit the fig to find another  Ficus pisocarpa nearby to pollinate.Ficus pisocarpa IMG_1452 - Copy.JPG

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Ficus pisocarpa. Two key features used to identify this fig from the leaf alone are shown in this photo (1) The edge of the leaf turned inwards (revolute) and (2) The slight indentation of the leaf veins which give the leaf a slightly corrugated appearance.
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Ficus pisocarpa is the small tree in the middle of the photo just to the right of the tall durian tree.

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SRK Kg Babagon,  100 meters on the left hand side of the Kota Kinabalu to Tambunan Road that crosses the Crocker Range-30 minutes drive from Kota Kinabalu. The Ficus pisocarpa illustrated above is growing on the edge of this padang next to the river.