Guariuba

Guariuba
Guariuba
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The heartwood is bright yellow becoming yellowish-brown on exposure, clearly demarcated from the white sapwood. It has a medium to coarse texture, slightly lustrous and a straight, but sometimes variable grain. It weighs between 496 and 640 kg/m3 when dried.
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Gombe
Gombe
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The sapwood is light coloured with a pinkish tinge and clearly defined from the heartwood which is pinkish orangey to reddish brown, sometimes with greenish brown veins.
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Gedu nohor
Gedu nohor
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The heartwood is typically a uniform reddish-brown, but occasional logs are much lighter coloured, sometimes a pale pink not very different from the pinkish-grey sapwood which may be 100mm wide. The heartwood darkens on exposure. The grain is interlocked, but the stripe figure produced on quarter-sawn surfaces is rather irregular...
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Garapa
Garapa
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The sapwood is narrow and whitish in colour while the heart wood is mainly yellowish, varying from yellowish-brown to pinkish-yellow, tending to acquire a reddish or coppery hue after exposure. The wood is lustrous, with a straight to roey grain (occasionally slightly interlocked) and fine, uniform texture. The wood is...
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Danta
Danta
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The sapwood is light brown with a pinkish tinge and is sharply defined from the heartwood, which is reddish-brown and has a lustrous surface; it has a fine texture, and the grain is typically interlocked and this produces a ribbon figure, the striped appearance on quarter-sawn material resembling sapele. It...
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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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Courbaril
Courbaril
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The heartwood is salmon-red to orange-brown, becoming russet to reddish-brown when seasoned. The sapwood is usually wide, and white, grey, or pinkish, sharply demarcated from the heartwood. The grain may be straight, but is more commonly interlocked, and the texture is medium to coarse. The heartwood is frequently marked with...
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European Cherry
Cherry, European
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The heartwood is pale pinkish-brown fairly well defined from the lighter coloured sapwood. The wood has a fairly fine, even texture, and a generally straight gram. It weighs about 630kg/m3 when dried.
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Cherry
Cherry, American
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The timber is hard, with a fine, straight, close grain, the heartwood varying in colour from reddish-brown to rich red, the narrow sapwood being pinkish. Fine, narrow, brown-coloured pith flecks, and small gum pockets are a common feature of the wood, which weighs about 580 kg/m3 when dried.
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Agba
Agba
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There is little difference in colour between the sapwood and the heartwood, the latter is slightly darker but the line of demarcation is somewhat indefinite. The wood varies from yellowish-pink to reddish brown (like a light coloured mahogany). Generally, it strongly resembles mahogany in grain etc. but is less lustrous...
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