Ficus copiosa is an abundant small fig tree on the islands east of Borneo from Sulawesi to New Guinea and south to northern Australia.

However this is the first confirmed record for Borneo, discovered by the team from 1Stop Borneo near the summit of Bukit TV (Telecoms Hill) on the edge of Tawau Hills Park in Sabah. See Ficus copiosa: Introduction

The main distinguishing feature of Ficus copiosa is shown in the photographs below;

The petioles (leaf stalks) are of variable length on the same twigs but to a greater or lesser extent there rough brown glands at each end of the petiole with the middle of the petiole normally smooth  and bare and coloured light green.

Thanks to Yulinda Wahyuni, Shavez Cheema and Chun Xing WONG of 1 Stop Borneo Wildlife