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Matched pair of lace bobbins in Western Australian Snakewood

Acacia xiphophylla, commonly known as Snakewood, is endemic to Western Australia, it occurs on saline semi-arid land in the Gascoyne River and Ashburton catchments east and north of Carnarvon.

Snakewood grows as a spreading tree, usually with two or three main trunks. It can grow up to five metres high and eight metres wide. The wood gets it name from the delicate wavy grain. It turns well and takes a beautiful finish. It is available only in small sizes (it is yielded by a smallish tree.)

Note, this is a different Snakewood from the South American species!

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  • Listed on May 14, 2012