|Scientific Name:||Anadenanthera colubrina|
|Location:||Argentina, Brazil & Paraguay|
|Crushing Strength:||13,700lbf /in2|
The heartwood of Cebil is a pale to medium reddish brown. The color darkens with age. The sapwood is a pale yellow to pinkish brown color. The grain is irregular and/or interlocked. Cebil has a fine uniform texture and gives off a natural lustre. The end grain is diffuse-porous. The wood is very durable in regards to decay. It is a wood that is harder to work with on account of its irregular grain, high density, and it’s pronounced blunting effect on cutters. Cebil turns well.