ABOVE: Ficus pallescens growing on a tall durian tree host in Temburong, Brunei. This fig tree was covered in ripe fig fruits in April 2019. All photos by Arlene Walshe.
This fig tree was originally thought to Ficus virens (which is much more common in Borneo) when first discovered. However the orange arrows pointing to the green awl like stipules indicate that this is clearly a Section conosycea strangler. Ficus virens is in Section conosycea where the stipules are short brown and stubby.