Species: Jatoba

Common Names/Species: Brazilian cherry, Jatoba, Jutai, Kawanari, Locust, Pie de venado, Rode locus, Rode rode locus, Sirari, West indian locust

Scientific Name: Hymenaea courbaril

Description: Hard, heavy, and tough. Grain is commonly interlocked with a medium coarse texture. Somewhat difficult to work due to its hardness and weight.

Common uses: Flooring, Stairparts, Architectural Millwork, Furniture, cabinets

Sources: South America

Size/Form: jatoba

lbs/BF (dry): 4.67

Hardness: Very Hard

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