Ficus grandiflora is a very rare Borneo endemic root climbing liana in Section Kissocycea most commonly found in very wet hill forest throughout Borneo. Notice the large variations in the size and shape of the leaves, typical of the root climbing figs. The individual illustrated in this article was growing in remnant hill forest next to the main Kota Kinabalu-Tambunan Road that crosses the northern end of the Crocker Range at c. 1,000m. All photos by Quentin Phillipps taken on 8 March 2016. See also this article about the same subject photographed two years previously.