Spalted Maple


Not a distinct species of maple; spalting is discolouration pattern in lumber caused by the decay process.

Spalting is simply a fungal discolouration of wood, and can be found on a wide range of wood species and general. It is found in wood that has begun initial stages of decay, and is then subsequently dried (preventing further decay). The partial decay, called spalting, can give the wood dark contrasting lines and streaks where fungus has begun to attack the wood. If the wood has been rescued from the spalting at the right time, the lumber should still be sound and usable, with little to no soft spots or rotten wood. Janka hardness of 700 to 1,450 depending on the species.

Common Uses: Decorative items, specialty products, furniture, etc.


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Additional information

Weight 9999 lbs
Dimensions 9999 × 9999 × 9999 cm

1", 1.25", 2", 3"


8-12", 13-18", 19-28", 28-56"


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