Botanical Name: Castanospermum australe\n\nThe heartwood ranges from dark brown to chocolate shades deepening almost too black; sometimes streaked with lighter coloured bands. The sapwood is white to yellow in colour.
Botanical Name: Eucalyptus pilularis\n\nThe heartwood is pale brown with a faint tinge of pink when freshly cut. Sometimes the sapwood is indistinguishable from the heartwood but usually is slightly paler in colour. \n
Botanical Name: Eucalyptus campanulat; Eucalyptus andrewsii\n\nThe material is very similar in appearance and properties to Blackbutt (E. Pilularis). The colour ranges from pale browns to straw blondes. \n
Botanical Name: Tabebuia, spp\n\nBrazilian Walnut is a striking exotic species which ranges from olive brown to blackish in colour. Its ratings for harness and durability are among the highest of all timber worldwide.
Botanical Name: Tectona grandis\n\nThe heartwood is generally golden brown but varies from grey-brown to red-brown. Longitudinal streaks are often present due to the ring-porous structure of teak. Sapwood is well demarcated, being pale yellow in colour.