FICUS NOTA  is a common fig in the Philippines but uncommon in Borneo, where it is confined to the east coast of Sabah. 

In the Philippines this fig is known as Tibig and the female figs are eaten raw as a salad.

In the Philippines this fig tree is frequently planted  to reforest watersheds where the forest has been  destroyed.

At Tawau Hills Park HQ, there is a young tree growing on the edge of the HQ Padang (sports field).

Yulinda Wahyuni of 1 Stop Borneo shows the scale.

Photos and information provided by Shavez Cheema and Chun Xing WONG of 1Stop Borneo Wildlife.