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Sapwood is creamy white or yellowish color. When freshly sawn the heartwood is a light pinkish-brown color, that deepens to a reddish-brown and sometimes has a purple hue.
Sapwood is narrow and golden light brown in color and clearly demarcated from the orange-brown heartwood. The heartwood tends to be lightly streaked and turns a brownish-yellow with exposure to light and air.
Almost white, when freshly cut. Oxidizes to golden and red tones
Sapwood is a light pink or pale brown color, not always demarcated from the heartwood. Heartwood is a light salmon to reddish brown, darkening with age to a medium to dark brown. Quarter sawn surfaces exhibit a ribbon-like appearance similar to Sapele.
Heartwood is creamy yellow to pale pink or reddish-brown, darkening slightly upon exposure. The heartwood is not sharply demarcated from the sapwood, which is similar in color.
Heartwood ranges in color from medium reddish-brown to deep orange-red. Very fragrant.