|Scientific Name:||Talipariti elatum|
|Location:||Cuba & Jamaica|
|Crushing Strength:||not available|
Blue Mahoe has a heartwood that is usually grayish or olive brown. The sapwood is a pale yellow color. The grain is usually straight and it has a fine to medium texture. The wood gives a low natural lustre. The end grain is diffuse-porous. Blue Mahoe is moderately to very moderately durable when it comes to decay. The wood is easy to work with and turns, glues, and finishes well.