Other Names and Species:
Guatambu, Guatambu blanco, Ivorywood, Marfim, Pau liso, Pau marfim
Southern Brazil, Paraguay.
Cream to lemon yellow.
The wood is usually compared with Hard Maple for workability; however Guatambu is more yellow. Generally straight grain, dense with fine, uniform texture that works beautifully and even carves like a charm. Can be worked without much difficulty. Excellent turning wood. Very strong with excellent wear properties.
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