ABOVE: Ficus subcordata  growing at Sungai Urit, Tabin Wildlife Reserve, Sabah.

All photos by Zainal Zahari Zainuddin

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Ficus subcordata is easily recognized by the  large plain leaves without obvious side veins and the large  egg shaped figs with a small base and larger head. Ficus subcordata is relatively rare in the wet rainforests of Borneo. It is much more common in the seasonally dry forests from Java east to Timor.

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Sungai Urit is a small stream that runs into the Segama river near the  Litang oil palm estate on the western edge of the Tabin Wildlife Reserve in Sabah.

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