Granadillo (Platymiscium yucatanum)
Common names: Granadillo, Coyote, Cristobal, Trebol, Guayacan trebol, Roble, Koenatepi, Macacauba, Jacaranda do brejo, Cumaseba.
Distribution : Continental tropical America from southern Mexico to the Brazilian Amazon region, and Trinidad.
Color/appearance : Heartwood bright red to reddish or purplish brown, more or less distinctly striped; darker specimens look waxy; sharply demarcated from the nearly white sapwood.
Janka hardness: 2700 lbf
Density: 4.92 lbf
Allergies/Toxicity: Besides the standard health risks associated with any type of wood dust, no further health reactions have been associated with Macacauba
Common Uses: Fine furniture and cabinet work, decorative veneers, musical instruments, turnery, joinery, specialty items (violin bows, billiard cues).