Albizia Adianthifolia by its Latin name, is from the Leguminosae family and also known as Angoyem, Ayinre bona, Bangbaye, Kabanzibanzi, Kapeta, Kapetansofu, Kasa kasa, Kassa kassa, M’gerenge, Maraga, Mepepe, Mtanga, Muanza, Mubanse, Mucherenje, Muluangalunga, Munjerenje, Musase wa mpata, Mushebele, Mushebere, Mushongo, Mutanga, Mutanga kuwana, Mwanse, Pampena, Rough-bark flat-crown, Saliemo, West African albizzia and Za-nasa.
Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, South Africa, Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
576kg per cubic meter.
Yellow/golden to greyish-brown are the charecteristics of the heartwood colour, the sapwood differs in being much paler than the heartwood and is more white to yellow in colour. The grain is generally straight or interlocked with clear growth rings. It is easy to work with and planes to a good finish.
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