Ficus subincisa: 2 high res. images.
Behali Reserve Forest, Biswanath, Assam, India
This should be Ficus heteropleura Blume.
Basal bracts not clear in photos, and leaves lack coarsely toothed margins above the middle which are present in F. subincisa.
This is definitely not F.heteropleurea. I have once confirmed it with the help of Sudhakar Ji. But I might have misplaced the name with F.subulata. But will confirm soon.
But it’s not F.heteropleurea, which have pubescent figs, and long caudate and coriaceous leaves.
Thanks for confirmation by …, but photos are in macro shots and hard to differentiate sessile or sub-sessile receptacles found in Ficus subulata, beside sessile receptacles stipules are as long as the petioles in F. subulata.
Whereas stipules are minute in attached leaf photograph.
Could you pl. confirm?