9.8 ft x 13.1 ft = 129.2 ft²
50.8 px/inch (DPI)
9.8 ft x 3.2 ft = 32 ft²
84.7 px/inch (DPI)
9.8 ft x 1.2 ft = 11.6 ft²
127 px/inch (DPI)
Diplotropis purpurea Amsh., Bowdichia nitida Benth., Bowdichia virgilioides H.B.K. (Fam. Leguminosae Papilionatae)
Sucupira, Coeur dehors
At appearance and technical characteristics similar heavy timbers, which are designated in South Africa partly as Sucupira: Acapou, Partridge, Wacapou (Vouacapoua americana) – northern South America; Angelim, Partridge, sapwoodupira (Andira spp.) – South America; Ebano, Cocobolo, Partridge (Libidibia spp.) – South America; partly similar and not designated as Sucupira: Louro preto (Cordia glabrata) – Bolivia to middle Brazil; Ita..
South America; Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Peru
The sapwood and the heartwood are sharply separated. The sapwood is narrow (1 to 2,5 cm) and nearly colorless. The heartwood is red to red brown and veined with brighter, yellow parenchyma, which clearly emerge after planing. The pores are big and clearly visible, annual rings are not visible. The structure is seldom straight grained, mostly cross-grain and spirally grown, the texture is rough and not constant.