Wood Atlas - Xylarium


lat. Aningeria robusta


Anegré (Aningeria robusta), also called Aningré, is an upt to 30 m high deciduous tree species with origin in Liberia, Ivory Coast or Ghana, whose wood is yellowish to light pink or also reddish-brown.
The wood is moderately hard and non-elastic with a fine texture and straight grained structure. It is relatively easy to work. The wood is used mainly in furniture and interior finishing, and sometimes also in instrument making.

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