Color/Appearance: Color tends to be a golden to dark brown, sometimes with darker streaks. Sapwood is usually thin and yellow/white, clearly demarcated from the heartwood. Monkeypod is sometimes seen with highly figured curly or wild grain patterns.
Monkeypod is called by many different names in many different cultures, and its lumber is likewise used for a number of different purposes depending on the locale, ranging from utility wood and construction purposes to fine furniture.
- Origin of Wood Type Central America, Hawaii, Philippines, Fiji
- Avg. Weight Per BF 3.25 lb/ bf
- Rarity / Availability Readily Available
- Typical Avg. Width 4″ to 24″
- Typical Avg. Length 8′ to 12′
- Wood Uses Fine Furniture, Cabinetry, Architectural Millwork, Hardwood Flooring and more
- Lumber Grades Rain Tree, Saman, Mimosa, Hawaiian Monkey Pod
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