Ficus grandiflora is a relatively rare root climber  endemic to hill forest in Borneo.

The photos below show what appear to be bulbils (tiny bulbs)  produced by the climbing roots.

It is hypothesized here that these tiny bulbils provide food for ants which transport the bulbils back to their nests thereby providing a dispersal service to the plant.

It is already well  known that many figs are secondarily dispersed by ants transporting ripe fig seeds seeds back to their nests.

Ficus grandiflora is monoecious i.e. separate male and female plants. It is not yet known if this particular plant was male or female.

If the plant was male, the production of bulbils would allow this individual to to produce male clones.