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Wood Found Growing in Utah
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Wood Found Growing in Utah

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RE: Wood Found Growing in Utah
Well fancy that... wood in Utah, who would have thunk it.

Interesting to see the heat values of some woods like Apple produce higher heat than I would have thought.

It makes for an interesting read, thanks Larry!

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RE: Wood Found Growing in Utah
Very helpful Larry... Thanks!

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RE: Wood Found Growing in Utah
I dont think there is Bodark in Utah wood of the bow!!

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RE: Wood Found Growing in Utah
Wow, thanks for the info!

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Interesting! Thanks for sharing.

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RE: Wood Found Growing in Utah
Great info L.J. thanks for posting!

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RE: Wood Found Growing in Utah
I didn't see the "Mountain Mahogany" listed. Harder than nails, but it's all over N. Utah. An area near Hardware Ranch is named for them.

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RE: Wood Found Growing in Utah
A P.S. to my previous post.
Cercocarpus, commonly known as mountain mahogany, is a small genus of five or six species of flowering plants in the rose family, Rosaceae. They are native to the western United States and northern Mexico, where they grow in chaparral and semi-desert habitats and climates, often at high altitudes. Several are found in the California chaparral and woodlands ecoregion.





Cercocarpus intricatus, Spring Mountains, southern Nevada (elevation about 2700 m)
The classification of Cercocarpus within the Rosaceae has been unclear.[2][3] The genus has been placed in the subfamily Rosoideae, but is now placed in subfamily Dryadoideae.[4]

Members of the genus are deciduous shrubs or small trees, typically reaching heights of 3 to 6 meters (9–18 feet) tall, but exceptionally up to 13 meters (40 feet) high. C. montanus usually remains under 1 meter (3 feet) high because of incessant browsing by elk and deer.

The name is derived from the Greek words κέρκος (kerkos), meaning "tail" and καρπός (karpos), meaning "fruit." It refers to the tail-like plume on the fruits.[5]

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RE: Wood Found Growing in Utah
My brain hurts!! It's like I'm in school again, noooooooooooooooooooo!!!!




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