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Bubinga

Sapwood is very pale with clear demarcations. Heartwood can be a variety of colors, including pink, vivid red or red-brown with purple veining. With exposure, veining becomes less conspicuous and deep colors fade to medium brown with a reddish tint.
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Butternut

Sapwood, which is usually very narrow, is white to grayish brown. Heartwood is a chestnut brown color that can often contain pink and red tones variegated with different shades of brown.
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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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Cocobolo

Heartwood contains many colors and can range from yellow, orange to a reddish-brown with dark brown to black streaks throughout. Sapwood is a whitish color and is not frequently used for commercial purposes.
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Cottonwood

Sapwood is white and may contain brown streaks while the heartwood may be pale to light brown.
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