Ficus francisci is an uncommon small tree fig endemic to Borneo, widespread in lowland forest near streams and cliffs. The ribbed figs grow on short small branches from the base of the trunk. The leaves have long petioles (leaf stalks) and both the leaves and the branches are covered in sharp hairs. The leaves can be recognised from their oblong shape with a cordate (heart shaped) base. This individual was growing at the Borneo Rhino Alliance (BORA) orchard at Tabin where a large variety of figs are grown to provide food for the rhinos. All photos are by Mike Bernadus.