The name of the wood species is Canarywood (or Centrolobium, Canary, botan. - Centrolobium spp.). Canarywood is a very popular type of wood native to South America. It has a very diverse color and, depending on this, a very large number of different names - arariba amarelo, a. carijo, a. rajado, a. rosa a. vermelho, olea amarelo (Brazil), amarillo de Guayaquil, amarillo lagarto, canario (Ecuador), balaustre (Colombia and Venezuela).
Color: the color of both the wood itself and the elements of its pattern can vary depending on the viewing angle from orange to pink. In this case, the pattern itself may consist of greenish, purple or brown stripes. The texture is usually medium in size. The arrangement of the fibers is from straight to uneven, disorderly. The density of dry wood in different species ranges from 725 to 1,000 kg/m³.
The resistance to environmental influences of Canarywood wood is medium, easy to machine. Recommended for use in everyday products, furniture, carpentry. Ideal for making knife handles and hand tools.
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