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Preferred Scientific Name; Tabebuia serratifolia. Taxonomic Tree; Domain: Eukaryota; Kingdom: Plantae; Phylum: Spermatophyta; Subphylum: Angiospermae. Ipe Tabebuia serratifolia. Also known as: Yellow poui, groenhart, arewood, bastard lignum-vitae, bethabara, greenheart, May-flower, noib wood, trumpet flower. Tabebuia serratifolia is a large, deciduous tree, up to 37 m high and 3 m in trunk diameter, that will square 30 cm of heartwood. Trunk usually straight and.
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Additional References Gilman, E. Trees for Urban and Suburban Landscapes.
tabebuia serratifolia James Cook University National Tropical Botanical Garden. University Press of Florida. Original publication date July The average dried weight is approximately 69 pounds per cubic feet or 1, kilos per cubic meter.
On the Janka Hardness scale, it holds 15, Newton or 3, pound-force with the specific tabebuia serratifolia of 0. After drying, the heartwood can range from a light to dark yellowish olive brown, a reddish brown, or even a blackish brown color.
The sapwood, however, after drying appears white to gray-white in color. The grain tabebuia serratifolia vary from straight to interlocked or very irregular.
This wood presents a slight natural luster but may have tabebuia serratifolia yellow, powdery-like deposits in the wood. Tabebuia, as currently circumscribed, consists of groups 2,6,7,8,9, and Group 1 is now the genus Roseodendron.
Groups 3,4, and 5 compose the genus Handroanthus. Ina molecular tabebuia serratifolia study found Handroanthus to be closer to a certain group of four genera than to Tabebuia.
Flowers profuse, clear yellow, borne at intervals during the dry season. Fruit a linear dehiscent tabebuia serratifolia containing many winged seeds.
The generic name is after its Brazilian local name. The specific epithet means serrate leaved.