ABOVE: Martin Thomas a guide the Ulu Ulu Resort in Temburong, Brunei holding two halves of a female  Ficus cereicarpa fig. All photos in this article  are by Martin Thomas and Hanyrol H Ahmad Sah  the resident researcher  at the Ulu Ulu Resort.

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Female Ficus cereicarpa  figs growing on the Helipad Trail at the Ulu Ulu Resort in Brunei.
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Female Ficus cereicarpa full of ripe seeds. The figs are produced at ground level and the seeds are dispersed by forest rats, deer and pigs.
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The  diverse forest  surrounding the Ulu Ulu Resort and the Belalong Field Center at Kuala Belalong in Brunei hosts one of the richest fig floras in the world. Resident researcher Hanyrol H Ahmad Sah  on the right.
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Martin Thomas photographing a katydid  at the Ulu Ulu Resort.
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Photographing butterflies at The Belalong Field Center
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The Ulu Ulu Resort is located  on the Temburong River, Brunei on the edge of the Ulu Temburong National Park.

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