is the product of several species of Anisoptera the more common
of which are A.curtisii, A.laevis, A.costata, A.megistocarpa,
A.marginata and A.scaphula. The timber dries very slowly but
with only slight degrade. Minor cupping, bowing and surface checking
are noted during drying.
General description of the wood:- Sapwood is not well-defined. The heart-wood
is light to dark yellow and darkens on exposure. The grain is shallow to deeply
interlocked and texture moderately coarse and even.