Ficus sundaica (Form B) photographed at the Terusan river, Sugut, in the Beluran district in NE Sabah.
Note that Ficus sundaica is very variable and both figs and leaves vary in size. Generally the smaller the fig the larger the leaf.
Ficus sundaica is a small strangler of coastal forest and lowland rivers in forested areas throughout Borneo
Note that the figs in the photos are still immature and are still greenish. When ripe, these figs are yellow with a red tent of bracts over the ostiole.
All Photos by Dr Zainal Zahari Zainuddin of the the Sabah Ficus Germplasm Centre at Tabin Wildlife Reserve in east Sabah.