Ficus diamantiphylla growing on the bank of the Sungei Lansat a small river in N. Sarawak just outside Mulu National Park. Notice the prominent bracts on the side of the fig and around the ostiole.
Sungei Lansat is a small river or large stream that enters the Tutoh River ( a tributary of the Baram River) just outside Mulu National Park in N.Sarawak. Two rare figs Ficus bruneiensis, and F. diamantiphylla have been collected on the banks of this river. Map below shows the localities of the original TYPE collections of Ficus diamantiphylla.