||A medium sized hardwood of occasional occurrence in the tableland areas of South Australia and all the eastern states, but the only areas of considerable commercial yield are the wetter districts of Tasmania.
||Heartwood is golden brown, often with narrow bands of darker colour indicative of the growth rings. Sometimes reddish streaks are also present. Sapwood is distinctively paler. Grain is usually straight but sometimes wavy.
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||Glued and Laminated.
||1 (Above Ground)
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