Ficus bruneiensis saplings growing next to a logging trail at Sg Sut in the Kapit district of Sarawak. Note the red stipule and the hollow stem and the copious white latex. A distinctive feature of this fig is that on young plants the petiole and the proximal portion of the mid-rib are red on the young leaves.
All photos by Elliot Gardner taken on 10 February 2020. Collection # EG832. Part of a project entitled Ethnobotany and ethnotaxonomy of Moraceae in Sarawak supported by the National Parks Board of Singapore.