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Botanical Name: Terminalia ivorensis
Typical Uses: Furniture, interior and exterior joinery

Terminalia ivorensis (also called Ivory Coast almond, idigbo, black afara, framire, emeri and various other names) is a species of tree in the family Combretaceae. It is found in Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone.

The wood, used as timber has a density of about 560 kg per cubic metre. The wood is a pale yellow-brown in colour, seasons well with little movement in service, but is generally of low strength. The durable heartwood is used in joinery and high-class furniture



Idigbo Kiln Dried Square Edge FAS

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Durability: Moderate
Density Av. 560kg/m3
Texture: Medium
Working: Medium

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