Believed to be a ripe male fig of F. inaequipetiolata. This Borneo endemic has been frequently mistaken for Ficus aurata in the past due to the fact that the basal veins run close to the margin of the leaf as do the basal veins of F. aurata. (In contrast the basal veins of Ficus fulva are nearly straight and run well away from the edge of the leaf) However the appearance of the fig of F. inaequipetiolata is very different from the fig of F. aurata with very short spines covering the surface instead of stiff hairs
All photographs by Shuai LIAO taken on 12 September 2019. Collection #20190413.