Pine, Parana

Pine
Pine, Parana
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The timber is pale brown, with a central core of darker brown coloured wood; it may be streaked with red, but this is sometimes absent. The grain is mostly straight, and the texture close and uniform, with very inconspicuous growth rings. It contains little resin, and varies from light and...
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Maple
Maple, soft
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Soft maple is straight-grained and fine textured. The heartwood is light reddish-brown with deeper-coloured late-wood bands. The sapwood is white in colour, and furnishes the white maple prized for certain uses. It differs mainly from the hard maples in its lower density and softer texture.
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Meranti
Meranti, light red
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Sapwood lighter-coloured and usually distinct from the heartwood which is light-red or pinkish-brown; planed surfaces fairly lustrous, stripe figure on radial surfaces, with subtle, but attractive speckles caused by the rays. Texture rather coarse, but even, grain interlocked and wavy. Resin canals which may, or may not be plugged with...
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Larch
Larch, European
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The heartwood is pale reddish-brown to brick-red in colour, sharply defined from the narrow, lighter-coloured sapwood. It is a very resinous wood, with clearly marked annual rings, a straight grain, and a fine, uniform texture. It is rather heavy, weighing 590 kg/m3 when dried.
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