Cedrelinga Catenaeformis Ducke
Other Names and Species:
Cedrela, Central American Cedar, Red Cedar, Honduras Cedar, Calicedro, Yalam, Tabasco Cedar
Tropical Central and South America: Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Venezuela, Guyana, Brazil
Sapwood pale gray to reddish gray, heartwood yellowish brown to reddish brown, darkening under influence of light to a deep red brown
aromatic, moderately lightweight hardwood with medium to intense luster, usually straight grained, but sometimes slightly interlocked, easily workable, rot and highly termite resistant heartwood, useful in many applications and therefor of high commercial importance, suitable for slicing and peeling, often used as Mahogany substitute.
panelings, furnitures, frames, windows, floorings, cigar boxes, plywood, boatbuilding, musical instruments, carvings, construction wood for low duty in interior and exterior purposes.
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