Trees and timber of the dicotyledon, angiosperm (flowering) group of plants; the term doesn't necessarily imply that the timber is hard.

Trees, and their timber, of the dicotyledon angiosperm (flowering) botanical group; includes members of the Eucalyptus (most ‘gums’ and ironbarks), Corymbia (spotted gum and bloodwoods), Shorea (meranti) and many other genera. The term doesn’t necessarily imply that the actual timber is hard; for example, Ochrama spp. (balsa) and Toona ciliata (red cedar) are classified botanically as hardwoods.

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