Canarywood is an exotic imported wood native to South America (from Panama down to southern Brazil). It is yellow to orange in color, typically variegated with light to dark red streaking. It has a medium to high luster. It can be some what variable in density, but it is mostly a hard, heavy and strong wood.

The common names for this wood are Canarywood and Canary. The scientific name is Centrolobium spp. It rates 1,520 lbf (6,750 N) on the Janka Hardness Scale.

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