Dalbergia trichocarpa

Dalbergia trichocarpa is endemic to western Madagascar, where it occurs from Analalava in the north southwards to Morondava. Uses The wood is one of the so-called rosewoods (?Madagascar rosewood?, ?palisander?) much in demand for cabinet making, furniture, marquetry and parquet flooring. It is locally used for poles in house construction and for paddles, and also as preferred firewood for cooking. More