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Canary wood is found in Panama and down into South America


   

Canary wood trees can grow to 90 feet tall or more with a diameter of over 40

inches. The heartwood is an orange-yellow color and has been described as having a unique odor.

Canary wood is easy to work with using both power and hand tools and sands to a fine surface.

Canary wood is known to have a high resistance to fungus and insect damage. This is why it is used for heavy construction, posts / piles and for anything that is going to be in contact with water for extended durations. Things like ships or docks and piers.

Canary wood is also known as

  • Bulaustre
  • Morosimo

Canary wood is commonly used for

  • bridge piers / docks
  • furniture
  • veneer

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