ANISOPTERA COSTATA PDF

Anisoptera costata. Drawing of the leaves and flowers. Photograph by: Pierre, L., Flore forestiere de la Cochinchine, vol. 3: t. () [E. Delpy]. Plant Morphology: Growth Form: It is a tree up to 65 m tall. Foliage: Its alternate, stalked leaves have leathery leaf blades that are oblong to drop-shaped, 6 Anisoptera costata Korth. – DIPTEROCARPACEAE. Synonym: Anisoptera oblongaDyer. Shorea nervosa Kurz Anisoptera cochinchinensis Pierre Anisoptera.

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Description Emergent tree up to 67 m tall and cm dbh. Panicle to 20 cm long, terminal or axillary, angular, pendent, doubly or trebly branched, branchiets bearing up to 5 flowers; bracteoles to 4 by 2 mm, hastate, acute, shortly densely pubescent. Anispptera Dry Kiln Program http: It is rapidly attacked if unprotected.

cosrata Odor It has resinous odor when fresh, but without characteristic taste or odor when dry. Beams 11 – Prospect: Occasionally found on limestone. Tangential diameter of vessel lumina micras or more large. Nut apex broadly conical, crowned by a c. Corolla cream; petals broadly hastate, acute, shortly puberulent on parts exposed in bud.

Silica contents over 0. Blunting Effect It has a severe blunting effect on the cutting tools.

MERSAWA (Anisoptera costata)

Machining It is easy to work, but if it interlocked grain is present sharp cutters are essential. Grain It is not always straight, occasional mild spiral growth. Frames 16 – Woods of the World. Fibers with distinctly bordered pits. Flower bud to 12 by 6 mm, ovoid, acute. The sapwood is from light yellow to pale orange yellow when fresh and often can only be distinguished by blue stain.

Texture The anisopterz is medium coarse with tyloses. Risk of slight checking or twisting. Boards 13 – Dry kiln schedules for commercial woods. Color The sapwood is from light yellow to pale orange yellow when fresh and often can only be distinguished by blue stain. General Housing 10 – Silica in Timbers.

Anisoptera costata – Useful Tropical Plants

anisopterz Scientific Name Synonyms Anisoptera minadanensis Foxw. Natural Habitat A large tree of semi-evergreen dipterocarp, evergreen and humid lowland forest, which occurs on premium land for conversion to agriculture. Stylopodium cylindrical, somewhat tapering, densely pubescent; style short, trifid, pubescent at base, otherwise glabrous. Fruit calyx shortly pubescent, tube glabrescent; tube to 1 by 1.

Anisoptera costata

Basic Density or Specific Gravity O. Vessels per mm2 5 to Nailing Nailing properties are good.

Seasoning is reported as good. Truck Body 53 – Timbers of the New World. It is a large to very large tree up to 50 m tall. Masegar, tenan, meluwang tikus. The natural durability ranges from moderate to perishable. Natural Durability The natural durability ranges from moderate to perishable.

Costatx Wood of this species is easy to polish. Larger rays more than 4 seriate.

Anisoptera costata – DIPTEROCARPACEAE

Flooring 14 – Handbook of Hardwoods. Shorea nervosa Kurz Description Emergent tree up to 67 m tall and cm dbh. Coffin 78 – Amazonian Timbers for the International Market.

Identification of Tropical Woods. Sanding Wood of this species is easy to sand. Calyx densely tomentose outside, shortly pubescent within; lobes deltoid, ca.

The cutting resistance can be reduced by using correct saw profiles and specially hardened saw teeth. Handcraft 66 – Maderas latinoamericanas. Sawing The cutting resistance can be reduced by using correct saw profiles and specially hardened costaa teeth.

Sliced Veneer Peeling yields good quality veneer, although the veneer dries slowly and with slight costtata. Botanical Description It is a large to very large tree up to 50 m tall. Leaves by cm, thinly coriaceous, frequently slightly bullate, oblong to obovate, undersurface grey-green lepidote to golden or chocolate; base obtuse or broadly cuneate; acumen to 5 mm long; margin not revolute or only slightly so; nerves pairs, at degrees; petiole cm long.

Anksoptera Common, often gregarious, in Semi-evergreen Dipterocarp forest and evergreen forest in seasonal areas; rare but widespread in lowland forest in everwet areas, up to m elevation.