Tiger Wood, also called Tigerwood, Goncalo Alves, and Jobillo (scientific name: Astroniumgraveolens and A. fraxinifolium), has a heartwood of reddish-brown color, with irregular streaks of black/dark brown. Its texture is fine and uniform, luster is good and grain is usually interlocked or wavy (sometimes straight).
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The wood is very resistant to humidity which makes it difficult to glue. It has a lot of elasticity and a good finish. The most common uses are flooring, veneer, furniture, cabinets, carving, and other specialty wood products such as pool cues, shooting bows, and knife handles.