Ficus allutacea is a little known rare fig with only a few records from Borneo. The tiny figs are usually under 1.5 cm in diameter.
The closest relative is Ficus apiocarpa which is a locally common liana in peat-swamp forest around the coast of Borneo. The figs of F. apiocarpa are normally twice the size of F. allutacea.,
Information and photos courtesy of Shavez Cheema & Chun Xing Wong of 1StopBorneo Wildlife