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#1 posted 09-13-2009 12:01 PM

Never heard of this wood. Gorgeous though. Reminds me a bit of Black Sassafraz that grows in Tasminia. Just a different colour. Wonder if they are related. Got a picture in my projects. These anomilies must have something to do with the minerals or something in the soils. Sorry I can’t help with this one but saw an oportunity to show off one of my favourite woods.

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