- Color/Appearance: Heartwood color ranges from golden yellow brown to a deeper reddish brown, frequently with darker black streaks and stripes. Paler sapwood is clearly demarcated from the heartwood.
- Grain/Texture: Grain tends to be interlocked, though it can be straight. With a fairly coarse texture and good natural luster.
- Endgrain: Diffuse-porous; solitary and radial multiples; large to very large pores in no specific arrangement, very few; yellowish deposits occasionally present; parenchyma vasicentric, lozenge, winged, and marginal; narrow rays, spacing fairly close.
- Rot Resistance: Varies with species, but is generally rated as moderately durable; good insect resistance, though sapwood is vulnerable to ambrosia and powder post beetles.
- Workability: Generally easy to work with hand or machine tools, though planing or surfacing interlocked grain may result in tearout, particularly on quartersawn surfaces. Glues, turns, and finishes well.
|Place of Origin||Angola|
|Type||Solid Wood Boards|
|Product name||Ambila timber|
|Surface||Smooth and Clean|
|Usage||Furniture, Decoration, Wooden Floor|