> Hardwoods > Fabaceae > Dalbergia Dalbergia is the genus that yields all true rosewoods. As of the beginning of 2017, all species were included on CITES appendix II as endangered species. Species in the Dalbergia genus: Madagascar rosewood(Dalbergia baronii) Kingwood(Dalbergia cearensis) Camatillo(Dalbergia congestiflora) Guatemalan rosewood(Dalbergia cubilquitzensis) Burmese blackwood(Dalbergia cultrata) Brazilian tulipwood(Dalbergia decipularis) Laotian rosewood(Dalbergia lanceolaria) East Indian rosewood(Dalbergia latifolia) Bois de rose(Dalbergia maritima) African blackwood(Dalbergia melanoxylon) Brazilian rosewood(Dalbergia nigra) Huanghuali(Dalbergia odorifera) Burmese rosewood(Dalbergia oliveri) Palo escrito(Dalbergia paloescrito) Cocobolo(Dalbergia retusa) Sissoo(Dalbergia sissoo) Amazon rosewood(Dalbergia spruceana) Honduran rosewood(Dalbergia stevensonii) Yucatan rosewood(Dalbergia tucurensis) Related Content: WOOD! Identifying and Using Hundreds of Woods Worldwide All that makes The Wood Database unique, distilled into one potent book. Are Rosewoods (and Bubinga) Really Banned by CITES? Bypass the hype and get to the bottom of the issue. Ebony: Dark Outlook for Dark Woods? Are we loving these woods to death—and what’s lies ahead for ebony and its ilk? Periodic Table of Wood This wood species is included as one of 118 “elemental” woods on this nerdy poster. Worldwide Woods, Ranked by Hardness Over 500 woods arranged into eight geographic regions and ranked by Janka hardness—all on one 24″ x 36″ poster. Gluing Oily Tropical Hardwoods Some woods need special treatment to get a strong and lasting bond. Restricted and Endangered Wood Species From CITES appendices to IUCN status, what you need to know about today’s wood situation. Top Ten Heaviest Woods Each of these woods readily sinks in water—with extra weight to spare! Preventing Color Changes in Exotic Woods Over time, many colorful woods tend to turn brown. A few simple tips will help slow this shift.