Common Name: Lyptus( Eucalyptus urograndis)
Lyptus is grown on plantations in Brazil. They grow 65-100 ft tall, 3-4 ft trunk diameter, and an have an average dried weight of 53 lbs/ft.
The color ranges from a lighter salmon pink to a darker brownish red. Appearance has been likened to both Black Cherry and Honduran Mahogany. Color tends to deepen with age. The grain and texture has a medium texture and small to medium sized open pores. The grain tends to be straight and even. Also, since the wood is grown and pruned on a plantation, there tends to be few knots or other abnormal grain patterns.
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