stinkwood


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stinkwood

see zieriaarborescens.
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A Welsh fruitwood love spoon, probably from 1805, was sold for pounds 2,160 while a Cape Dutch ebony and stinkwood clothes press fetched pounds 11,400.
Tupelos of the Nyssa sylvatica ("of the forest") species are also known as black gum, sour gum, black tupelo, bowl gum, pepperidge, stinkwood, wild peartree, ogeechee tupelo, gopher plum, ogeechee plum and yellow gum.
africana trees, which are commonly known as the African cherry tree or the red stinkwood, in Cameroon, Kenya, Madagascar, Uganda and Zaire.
C, an estimate consistent with temperatures of experimental campfires made from white stinkwood.