Ficus rosulata or Rose Fig is a common fig in the forest understorey in Borneo.
The figs are cauliferous and hang directly from the trunk so that they are easy to pluck by small fruit bats.
Rose fig ripens green not red like most figs. They are not eaten by birds but only by small fruit bats which arrive at night and detect ripe figs by smell.
The name Ficus rosulata means Rose Fig after the black bracts at the base of the fig which are shaped like a rose or rosette.
Note that these figs are covered in ants. Like most fig trees in Borneo Rose figs trees are either male or female. Male figs have a beneficial relationship with ants which protect the fig wasps which pollinate the figs from being attacked by other insects.