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Timbers of the Empire

British Honduras Timbers. SUMMARY OF THE RESULTS OF THE EXAMINATION AT THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE OF SANTA MARIA WOOD (CALOPHYLLUM CALABA). West Indian boxwood is not the same species as true boxwood. The Jamaica boxwood is as hard as inferior qualities of true boxwood, and is used for similar purposes. H.D. Searles-Wood

Author(s): Searles-Wood, H D

Keywords: british honduras;australia;hardwood;properties;kenya;south africa;gbr