This tree at the rear of the Sukau Rainforest Lodge on the Kinabatangan River is believed to be a rare Ficus magnoliifolia. The tree was not fruiting when we visited so the identification was made on the basis of tree and leaf characteristics alone. F. magnoliifolia is one of 5 Borneo fig species in Section Oreosycea. All Oreosycea figs have tall, straight white trunks and large buttresses which produce latex when cut. The fallen leaves match the profile of Ficus magnoliifolia a very rare fig in Borneo although relatively common in the more seasonal areas of SE Asia particularly Thailand and the Philippines.