This fig was photographed in lowland forest on Bukit Patoi, Temburong, Brunei on 02 September 2018 by Arlene Walshe. We have provisionally allocated this fig to Ficus carrii although there are several differences. For example Corner says that the large fruit (to 11.5 cm) ripen white with a sunken ostiole. However these differences may relate to differences between female and male fruit. Up to now Ficus carrii has never been found either in the lowlands of Borneo or south of the Sabah border.
The fig fruits were covered in a layer of short hairs. The fruits are clearly male with numerous white stamens. The stamens are single. The closest similarity is to Ficus carriiwhich is confined to hill forest in Sabah which usually has larger fig fruits and often larger leaves.