|Scientific Name:||Roupala spp.|
|Location:||Central and South America|
|Crushing Strength:||not available|
Leopardwood is medium to dark reddish brown color with grey or light brown rays and it has very conspicuous flecking. The grain is straight and it has a fairly coarse texture. The end grain is diffuse-porous. Leopardwood is rated as very durable in regards to decay. It is a fairly difficult wood to work with because of its high density. It glues and finishes well.