Ficus ruginervia is an uncommon root climbing liana confined to primary forest throughout Borneo.
The young figs which normally measure 3-4 cm in diameter are often very colourful when immature but when adult the figs ripen orange.
The leaves are very variable as shown in these photographs..
The ripe female figs have evolved to be dispersed by primates such as macaques and gibbons.
Photos and information provided by Shavez Cheema and Chun Xing WONG of 1Stop Borneo Wildlife.