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    I've been working with Panga Panga for the first time. There seems to be some kind of Yellow streaks in it. What's up with that? Anyone know?

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    Okay, I found out the answer to my question. Just in case there were some interested. The yellow in the Panga Panga is sap. Kinda strange, yet cool. I'm just about finished with the piece. With a high gloss fiinsh the panga panga is pretty dark, yet here and there are little specs of yellow.

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      pic?

      Could you post a pic for us Grizz. I have never even heard of Panga Panga.
      sounds like a cool wood. Fun to say at least
      CAЯL HIRD-RUTTEЯ
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        CanadianScroller;

        As soon as we get some more pictures back. I'll post them in here for you.

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