Jarrah is 152% as hard as Red Oak (1910 on the Janka scale vs. 1260 for Red Oak).
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Jarrah has a grain that is interlocking or wavy, with a moderate to coarse texture. Fistulina hepatica, a fungus in the wood causes deep brown flecks all through the wood, which enhance its appearance.
Jarrah demonstrates an average level of stability, similar to Red Oak.
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- Color Change (photo-sensitivity)
Jarrah undergoes a medium degree of color change over time by muting to a medium to dark burgundy-red as it ages.
- Color Range
Jarrah has a wide range of color, from its pale pink sapwood to deeper burgundy with black streaks.