Oak, Tasmanian

Oak
Oak, Tasmanian
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The timbers of the three species are similar in appearance and are generally difficult to separate, nor is it usually necessary to do this, however the following descriptions give a guide to their separate identification. E. obliqua. The wood is usually of a pale to light-brown colour, but some Tasmanian...
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Dahoma
Dahoma
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Sapwood is whitish to greyish-red, sharply defined from the heartwood which is light to golden-brown, very similar in appearance to iroko. A ribbon grain produces zones of light and dark colour. The texture is coarse and woolly, but uniform.
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