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Aniegre

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.
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Aromatic Cedar

Heartwood ranges in color from medium reddish-brown to deep orange-red. Very fragrant.
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Canarywood

Sapwood, which is clearly demarcated from the heartwood, is pale yellowish. Heartwood is a vivid yellow or orange, usually variegated and sometimes rainbow-hued. Typically darkens to red or brown.
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Cherry

Heartwood varies from rich red to reddish brown and will darken with age and on exposure to light. Sapwood is creamy white. May naturally contain brown pith flecks and small gum pockets.
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English Brown Oak

Sapwood easily distinguished from heartwood, though similar in color. Heartwood is a pale yellow-brown or “biscuit” color, that may range to light tan or deep brown in color. English Oak stained by the beef-steak fungus, often called Brown Oak, is extremely desirable and is converted into decorative veneers for use in furniture and paneling. This color cannot be reproduced with stains, and is considered highly desirable.
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Goncalo Alves / Tigerwood

Heartwood is typically a medium reddish brown with irregularly spaced streaks of dark brown to black. Sapwood is easily distinguished from the heartwood and is a brownish-white to gray. Color tends to darken this wood with age.
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Hackberry

Yellowish grey to light brown with yellow streaks, with Little difference between the sapwood and heartwood.
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Hickory

Heartwood ranges in color from pale brown, to brown with red tinges
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Ipe

Heartwood typically olive-brown, with variations in color from a reddish-brown to a to a dark blackish brown. Sapwood is yellowish-white and easily distinguished.
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Iroko Teak

White sapwood that is sharply demarcated from the heartwood. Heartwood is golden-orange to brown in color and darkens with age. The wood can at times be colored with yellow bands of soft tissue that form a zigzag pattern on all surfaces, plus darker colored surrounding materials are usually present.
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Leopardwood

Sapwood of is brownish-red while heartwood is more chocolate-brown in color. Has a flaky, speckled figure with dark flecks, varying from a small lace-like pattern.
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Lyptus

Lyptus lumber varies in color from light pink to red. The heartwood is a medium pink and the sapwood in paler. The sapwood is typically very narrow.
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Makore

Heartwood ranges in color from pale pink to deep red, or red-brown. The sapwood is white to light pink, and is clearly demarcated from the heartwood. Figured grain patterns are commonly seen: mottled, curly, wavy and moire.
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Red Elm

Sapwood in greyish white to light brown in color, with heartwood that is reddish brown to dark brown in color.
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Red Grandis

Heartwood is uniform pinkish light brown color. The sapwood, which is usual very narrow, is lighter in color.
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Red Oak

Sapwood ranges from white to light brown in color and the heartwood is a pinkish reddish brown.
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Sap Gum / Red Gum

Sapwood tends to be wide and is white to light pink, while the heartwood is reddish brown, often with darker streaks.
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Sassafras

Narrow sapwood is yellowish white, with a pale brown to orange brown heartwood.
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Shedua

Sapwood is very pale with clear demarcations. A variety of colors can be found in the heartwood that include pink, vivid red, or red-brown with purple veining. On exposure, the veining becomes less conspicuous, and the deep colors fade to yellow or medium brown with a reddish tint.
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Sipo / Utile

Sapwood is light brown in color and is well demarcated from the heartwood. Heartwood is a pinkish-brown to a red-brown, which can even have a purple tint.
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Spanish Cedar

Uniform pinkish to reddish brown. Color darkens with age.
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Sycamore

Sapwood is white to light yellow and heartwood is light to dark brown.
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Tigerwood / Goncalo Alves

Heartwood is typically a medium reddish brown with irregularly spaced streaks of dark brown to black. Sapwood is easily distinguished from the heartwood and is a brownish-white to gray. Color tends to darken this wood with age.
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Utile / Sipo

Sapwood is light brown in color and is well demarcated from the heartwood. Heartwood is a pinkish-brown to a red-brown, which can even have a purple tint.
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White Oak

Sapwood is light in color and can range from a pale yellow-brown to a greyish white. The heartwood may be either light brown in color or a darker brown with deep, golden tones.
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