ABOVE: Ficus xylophylla at Agathis Camp in the Maliau Basin Conservation Area, Sabah.

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There are 3 lianas growing up this dipterocarp tree. The Ficus xylophylla root  is arrowed in yellow. The red arrow marks the label shown in the photo below.

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Miyabi Nakabyashi shows the scale. The yellow arrow points to the label.
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The large thick leathery leaves are so unique among Bornean stranglers that they can only be confused  with the leaves of Ficus stupenda.
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Ficus xylophylla. Note that the paired basal veins start from the  base of the midrib in a V shape. With Ficus stupenda the basal veins start higher up the midrib creating a Y shape.