There is a large Ficus lawesii strangling fig which can be seen from the boardwalk at Sukau Rainforest Lodge on the Kinabatangan River. These photos are the first record of this individual fig tree fruiting.
The morphology of the tiny figs which ripen green on a long stalk indicates targeted dispersal by Large Flying Fox fruit bats. However the photos clearly show that the ripe green figs are eaten as well by birds and primates.
Ficus lawesii photos thank to Mark Louis Benedict