In 1954, G H S Wood was the Conservator of Forests of the British Crown Colony of North Borneo, now Sabah, a state in Malaysia. Wood later became the first Park Warden of Kinabalu Park.
Lumu Lumu is the local name for the Kiau Gap, the view point on the dividing ridge on Kinabalu between west and east Sabah.
Prior to 1954, Kinabalu and its figs had been extensively collected by many botanists including Gibbs, the Clemmens and Carr. It is astounding that they did not come across F. endospermifolia which is now one of the most common and obvious figs in the montane forest surrounding Kinabalu Park HQ.