Prior to the publication of Berg (2005) Ficus racemosa was known as Ficus obpyramidata in Sarawak and Ficus racemosa itself, (which is very common in Sarawak) was thought to be very rare. This led to much confusion in local fruit publications which are otherwise extremely useful.
F. obpyramidata grows wild only in the Malay Peninsula but there appears to be a small relict population in Borneo, notably along forested floodplains in lowland Sarawak.
F. racemosa is a common fig of river banks in Sarawak and throughout Borneo
All the illustrations in the article below (which have been copied from Indigenous Fruits of Sarawak published in 2003) are of Ficus racemosa NOT Ficus obpyramidata. The whole book in 3 parts can be downloaded below.
LINKS TO THE 3 VOLUMES OF INDIGENOUS FRUITS OF SARAWAK PUBLISHED IN 2003