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Doussie Wood

Doussie Wood is a most popular Wood Species in the West African Nations especially in Ghana, Nigeria..etc.    The other name for this wood is Afzelia and the Botanical name is  Afzelia spp.  This tree grows as high as 25-37 meters and a well grown tree will have an average diameter of 1-1.5 meter.  The average weight would be around 805 kg per cubic meter.   This is one of the very durable species of wood, which is moderately resistant to termites, and susceptible to other insect attacks.

Color/Appearance: In general, heartwood is more of a reddish brown and the well defined sapwood looks pale yellowish white.  As the age goes by the color gets darken.

Doussie Wood is widely used in Vietnam China, Taiwan and Japan for the manufacturing of Furniture, Door / Window Frames, Door and Window Shutters…etc

The other names of DOUSSIE wood are:

●#Adja ●#Adya ●#Afzelia ●#Ahanta ●#Aja ●#Akpalata ●#Akpela ●#Aligna ●#Alinyan ●#Apa ●#Appa ●#Arachi ●#Ariyan ●#Ayan ●#Azza ●#Baa ●#Bachi ●#Balawao-kudu ●#Balawo-kudu ●#Beyo ●#Bilinga ●#Bodjembo ●#Bolengo ●#Bolengu ●#Counter wood ●#Douissie ●#Doussie ●#Fok ●#Gayo ●#Gayohi ●#Gbende ●#Gbleteo ●#Gongo ●#Hol ●#Kakala ●#Kapalaga ●#Kawo ●#Kinkalaga ●#Kontah ●#Kpa-kpa ●#Kpalga ●#Kpaliga ●#Kpendei ●#Kpendi-deli ●#Kpendi-guli ●#Kpendi-kpoli ●#Kuanguli ●#Kukpalik ●#Lengko ●#Lengue ●#Lingue ●#Liwamba ●#M’banga ●#Mahogany bean ●#Mahogany bean tree ●#Mbokora ●#Mboro ●#Meli ●#Mkola ●#Mussacosa ●#N’kokongo ●#Nenko ●#Ngboro ●#Olombi ●#Opapao ●#Opapeh ●#Pachyloba ●#Pai ●#Papao ●#Papao-baum ●#Papawe ●#Papoa ●#Pau contra ●#Pau konta ●#Pauconta ●#Pepe ●#Rhodesian ●#Upa ●#Uvala ●#Wokpa ●#Yada ●#Yoruba bilinga

Afzelia africana

Doussie Wood

Afzelia africana

Doussie Wood

Afzelia africana

Doussie Wood

Afzelia africana

Doussie Wood

Afzelia africana

Doussie Wood

Afzelia africana

Doussie Wood

Afzelia africana

Doussie Wood

Afzelia africana

Doussie Wood

Afzelia africana

Doussie Wood

Afzelia africana

Doussie Wood

 

#wood #doussie #pachyloba #afzelia #apa #ingue