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Teak Wood (Tectona grandis) is a tropical hardwood species, its sapwood is usually narrow pale yellowish-brown in colour, the heartwood is dark golden-yellow.
Origin : Ghana, Cameroon, Brazil
Azobe or Bongossi or Ekki (Lophira Alata), it is a tropical hardwood, The sapwood is pale pink and sharply defined from the heart-wood, which is red-brown to dark brown
Origin : Cameroon, Nigeria, Liberia
Okan Wood (Cylicodiscus gabunensis) is a durable wood type which is known for its strength and durability. The heartwood is yellow brown.
Origin : Cameroon, Gabon, Ghana
Tali Wood (Erythrophleum suaveolens), sapwood is distinctive in the whitish to pinkish-white color, the heartwood is yellowish-brown to reddish-brown.
Origin : Cameroon, Gabon, Central Africa
Bilinga Wood (Nauclea diderrichii), The sapwood has an interlocking grain. The heartwood is a distinctive uniform golden-yellow or orange-brown colour
Origin : Liberia, Ghana, Cameroon
Padouk Wood (Pterocarpus soyauxii) The sapwood is of an oatmeal colour, wide, the heartwood varies from blood red to dark brown with red streaks.
Origin : Nigeria, Cameroon, Zaire
Sapele Wood (Entandrophragma cylindricum) The sapwood is pale yellow or whitish, the heartwood pinkish when freshly cut, darkening to typical mahogany colour of reddish-brown.
Origin : Cameroon, Nigeria, Ghana
Ayous Wood (Triplochiton scleroxylon) is a non-durable hardwood with a pale straw colour. It is suitable for mouldings and furniture capable of producing an excellent finish
Origin : Cameroon, Ghana, Gabon
Movingui Wood (Distemonanthus benthamianus) The wood is lemon-yellow to yellow-brown, it has beautiful deep & golden yellow colors. It is also known as Nigerian Satinwood or Ayan wood.
Origin : Cameroon, Congo, Gabon
Niove Wood (Staudtia kamerunensis) is a straight grained, fine textured wood containing color ranging from orangy-yellow to brown with darker veins and clearly demarcated sapwood.
Origin : Congo, Cameroon, Gabon
Basralocus Wood (Dicorynia guianensis) The heartwood is golden, rust or purple brown, usually with a brown red glow, sapwood which is light grey when fresh.
Origin : Suriname
Purpleheart Wood (Peltogyne) The heartwood has directly after moulding a pale brown colour, which quickly changes to purple after exposure. In time it darkens to dark brown with light.
Wenge Wood (Millettia laurentii, Millettia stuhlmannii) Sapwood whitish, heartwood dark brown with fine, close blackish veining, giving the wood a handsome appearance.
Origin : Cameroon, Gabon, Congo DRC
Zingana Wood (Microberlinia bisulcata) The heartwood is a light golden-yellow with narrow veining streaks of dark brown to almost black, giving the quartered surfaces a zebra-stripe appearance.
Origin : Cameroon, Gabon
Frake Wood (Terminalia superba) The heartwood is grey to pale yellow or pinkish white, darkening to pale reddish brown, occasionally with a nearly black inner part. The grain is straight or interlocked.
Origin : Cameroon, Gabon, Ghana
Iroko Wood (Chlorophora excelsa) the heartwood is a distinct yellow colour, but on exposure to light it quickly becomes golden-brown
Origin : Cameroon, Ghana
Kosipo Wood (Entandrophragma candollei) The wood is red brown with purplish glints. It darkens with light.
Origin : Cameroon, Ghana, Congo
Moabi Wood (Baillonella toxisperma) The wood is pink brown to red brown more or less dark and finely veined.
Origin : Cameroon, Gabon, Congo
Sipo Wood (Entandrophragma utile) The heartwood and sapwood are distinct; the heartwood is pale pink when freshly cut, darkening on exposure to reddish-brown. The wood has a faint cedar-like smell.
Origin : Cameroon, Gabon, Liberia
Mahogany Wood (Swietenia macrophylla) This is a straight-grained, reddish-brown timber of three tropical hardwood species. It is commercially important for its beauty, durability, and color.
Origin : South America
Limbali Wood (Gilbertiodendron dewevrei) has a uniform pale red-brown color, often with a green or coppery glow. The sapwood has yellowish white to light pink-brown color while the heartwood.
Origin : Cameroon, Congo