What is another word for Entandrophragma Cylindricum?

Pronunciation: [ɛntˈandɹəfɹˌaɡmə sˈɪlɪndɹˌɪkəm] (IPA)

Entandrophragma cylindricum is commonly known as the African mahogany tree. The term 'mahogany' is often used to describe any type of wood that has a dark and rich finish, however, the name may also be used interchangeably with the words 'Swietenia' and 'Khaya', two other species that are similar in color and texture to the African mahogany. Other synonyms for Entandrophragma cylindricum are 'Genuine mahogany', 'Cape mahogany' and 'Khaya senegalensis'. This highly sought after hardwood is known for its durability and resistance to decay, making it a popular choice for furniture, cabinetry, and flooring.

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