Usually found in Equatorial Africa, Bubinga timber is a Guibourtia species wood that is produced from a tree which is about 130 to 150 ft in height and 3 to 6 ft in diameter. Also sometimes known as Kevazingo, the wood is light red to dark red in color and features black or dark purple streaks.
Heartwood goes from a pinkish red to a hazier rosy brown with more obscure purple or dark streaks. Sapwood is a pale straw tone and is obviously divided from the heartwood. Bubinga is every now and again seen with an assortment of figure, including: pommele, flared, cascade, stitched, mottled, and so on.
Bubinga timber goes from reasonably solid to entirely sturdy contingent on the species. Bubinga is likewise answered to be impervious to termite and marine drill assault.
Facade, trims, fine furnishings, cabinetry, turnings, and other specialty things. Since Bubinga trees can develop so enormous, normal edge pieces of the wood have additionally been utilized in tabletops and other particular tasks.
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