Ficus glandulifera  is closely related to Ficus lumutana.

The most important difference is that Ficus glandulifera is hairy in all parts. However the amount of hair is very variable from slightly hairy (as below)  to dense reddish brown hairs.

For other differences with Ficus lumutana see Ficus glandulifera: Introduction.

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Ficus glandulifera  Kg Belingos near Bangar, Temburong Brunei. Photos by Arlene Walshe
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Based on the birds that came to feed on the figs- this must be a female tree. on a male tree the figs would split open when ripe and would not be eaten by birds or mammals.