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Nota de aplicación

Correctly, wood from various trees of the genus Jacaranda, native to the West Indies, tropical Americas, Florida, and California. Jacaranda is a fragrant ornamental wood has been used for carvings, small decorative items, pianos, knife handles, cabinets, and expensive furniture. The term is also commonly used as a general term for Jacaranda as well as various varieties of rosewood, which itself is a general term referring to various species of the genera Dalbergia or Melanorrhoea.

Ubicación jerarquía