Definition of Centrolobium robustum
1. Noun. Brazilian tree with handsomely marked wood.
Generic synonyms: Zebrawood, Zebrawood Tree
Group relationships: Centrolobium, Genus Centrolobium
Lexicographical Neighbors of Centrolobium Robustum
Literary usage of Centrolobium robustum
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Natural History of Plants: Their Forms, Growth, Reproduction, and by Anton Kerner von Marilaun (1902)
"... virgata and Centrolobium robustum; see p. 445, fig. 3395), and in the separate parts of the double fruit of the Maple and of the Fig. 406. ..."
2. Across Unknown South America by Arnold Henry Savage Landor (1913)
"... (Centrolobium robustum), a great number of Lobelia trees, with their elongated, light green leaves and clean, barked stems, which eject, from incisions, ..."
3. The Organic Constituents of Plants and Vegetable Substances and Their by Georg Christoph Wittstein (1878)
"... obtained from the medulla of the wood of Centrolobium robustum, Mart., and C. tomentosum, Benth.; large Brazilian trees (Silva-Lima, Neumann, Voigt. ..."
4. World's Columbian Exposition at Chicago: The United States of Venezuela in 1893 by Arístides Rojas (1893)
"BALAUSTRE (Centrolobium robustum). Wood red-colored with dark veins; it is easily worked and takes a good polish. Much used for cabinet-work, also for house ..."