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Heartwood golden brown, straight to wavy grain. Smooth, fine textured.
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Golden, ribbon, some ropey, looks like teak, not oily.
Consistent fiddleback figure, golden, ribbon, looks like teak, not oily.
Creamy white to yellow gray, straight stripey, interlocked.
Sapwood white to cream, heartwood reddish brown. Trees that are straight will have figure, the texture is fine.
White to pink-brown, subdued texture, not distinct.
Heartwood varies from grayish-shite to light brown with golden shades. Sometimes internal stresses. Straight and tight pattern which looks similar to maple.
Burl figure, heartwood golden brown, to yellow, to red. Interlocked, wavy grain, moderately fine to moderately coarse.
Reddish brown to light salmon. Straight interlocked pattern, some ripple.
Reddish brown, to light salmon. Straight interlocked pattern, some ripple.
Cream to tan, some pink. Straight, sometimes wavy, and mottled. A siliceous wood. Fine textured and lustrous.
Tinted to a Grey color using an aniline dye. Straight, sometimes wavy and mottled. A siliceous wood. Fine textured and lustrous.
Consistent fiddleback figure; color cream to tan, some pink. Straight, sometimes wavy and mottled. Fine textured and lustrous.
Pinkish-buff, a straight grained even textured wood.
Heartwood chocolate to violet brown to violet, streaked with black or golden brown. Pattern straight grained to wavy, coarse textured.
Color cream-white to pale tan. The grain has a pronounced, often wavy cathedral.
Color cream-white to pale tan. The straight grain has a pronounced appearance with a fiddleback figure.
Sapwood nearly white, wide even texture. Heartwood grayish brown, light brown, to pale yellow streaked with brown. Available in cathedral or straight grain pattern.
Cathedral and straight grain, even texture.
Burl figure, cream-pale tan to dark brown.
Cream to brown, to black.