Ficus xylophylla growing in degraded peat swamp forest at Pontianak in West Kalimantan. Along with F. stupenda and F. subcordata, F. xylophylla produces one of the largest Section Conosycea fig fruits in Borneo.
Distinguish from F. subcordata by the prominent side veins on both sides of the leaf,
Distinguish from F. stupenda by the lack of obvious basal bracts at the base of the fig fruit and the V shaped not Y shaped basal veins.
All photos by Ripin Forestry taken in March 2020.