Anacardium excelsum in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Common Uses: Boxes and crates, Construction, Decorative plywood, Decorative veneer, Domestic flooring, Food containers, Furniture, Pulp/Paper products. Find technical and marketing information for lesser-used tropical timber species, LUS. Learn more on our Caracolí, Espave (Anacardium excelsum) page.
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Grain The wood has straight to interlocked grain. The branches support a huge diversity of epiphytic plants. This page was last edited on 30 Januaryat Media related to Anacardium excelsum at Wikimedia Commons. From southern Honduras south to Ecuador and east to Venezuela. Prismatic crystals in the ray cells. Anacardium rhinocarpus Kunth de Candolle. The Wild Cashew is a very conspicuous and dominant tree in the forests surrounding the Canopy Family lodges, and one of the most abundant around central Panama.
In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. The Certificate of Excellence is awarded to Comments have to be approved before they are shown here. Boards 13 – Dry kiln schedules for commercial woods. Bocas Species Database Habitat: Florece y fructifica de febrero a mayo.
Gives descriptions, photos and uses of a very wide range of fruit and other food-producing plants plus ornamentals. Nuts contain anacardic acid and a caustic oil called cardol. They form on a twisted, fleshy appendage, 3 cm long. Frames 16 – Woods of the World. When uncooked, the fruit both the nut and the surrounding fleshy part is highly toxic to humans. One of the largest and most conspicuous trees of the area, reaching over 2 m in trunk diameter and 40 m tall.
Wood is soft and light, and can be used for construction, tools, furniture and boxes. Fittings 19 – Silica in Timbers. Retrieved from ” https: One of the most abundant trees in the vicinity of Panama City and Gamboa, on both sides of the Canal, and much of the Pacific slope of Panama; in some areas, it forms nearly pure stands, and it can be especially abundant along streams.
Canopy Family | Wild Cashew
The bark of big trees is dark brown, gray, or black, usually with vertical fissures; the inner bark is reddish. The sap is rust colored. But in urban areas and farmland, it is also common as a juvenile, and then it can be confused.
Standing exclesum to 60 m tall and with a trunk up to 3 meters in diameter, this is no doubt a xnacardium giant. The wood presents attractive vessel lines. Photo by Jenn Sinasac. Leaves on young trees are much longer than mature leaves. Its leaves are simple and alternate, grouped in the terminal extremities of the branches.
No buttresses, but the base aacardium the trunk is often swollen at the roots; big trunks are sometimes hollow. Moulding The wood is reported to have good molding characteristics.
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CARACOLí, ESPAVE (Anacardium excelsum)
Non-crystals in axial parenchyma cells. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Color The sapwood is pale brown color.
Corteza exterior gris o negra, laminar, a veces con fisuras verticales profundas. Data related to Anacardium excelsum at Wikispecies. Now containing plants.
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It is much less common on the Atlantic slope. The Wild Cashew and commercial Cashew tree Anacardium occidentale are members of the family Anacardiaceae, which aacardium approximately species worldwide, and species in Tropical America.
Fibers with simple to minutely bordered pits. Tree that reaches from 20 to 40 m in height. Boring Boring properties are reported as fair.