Common Name(s): Shirley’s lancewood, lancewood
Scientific Name: Acacia shirleyi
Average Dried Weight: 62.9 lbs/ft3 (1,010 kg/m3)
Janka Hardness: 3,350 lbf (14,900 N)
Comments: Most commonly simply called lancewood in Australia—a common name that can refer to a host of other tree species depending on location. The species name shirleyi is named after scientist and educator John Shirley. Shirley’s lancewood is a small to medium tree yielding tough, dense, and darkly colored wood.
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