Species: E. angolense - E. bussei - E. casimirianum - E. caudatum - E. choriandrum - E. congoense - E. cylindricum - E. deiningeri - E. ekebergioides - E. excelsum - E. ferrugineum - E. leplaei - E. lucens - E. macrocarpum - E. macrophyllum - E. pierrei - E. platanoides - E. pseudo-cylindricum - E. rederi - E. roburoides - E. rufum - E. septentrionale - E. speciosum - E. spicatum - E. stolzii - E. thomasii - E. tomentosa - E. tomentosum - E. utile
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Engelmannia is a monotypic genus of flowering plants in the daisy family, Asteraceae. The sole species it contains, Engelmannia peristenia, is commonly known as Engelmann's Daisy or Cutleaf Daisy and is native to the Great Plains of North America.
1. ^ "Engelmannia peristenia (Raf.) Goodman & C. A. Lawson". Germplasm Resources Information Network. United States Department of Agriculture. 2002-02-25. http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?418964. Retrieved 2010-06-05.
2. ^ Kirkpatrick, Zoe Merriman (2008). Wildflowers of the Western Plains: A Field Guide. University of Nebraska Press. p. 61. ISBN 9780803219052. http://booEntandrophragma is a genus of eleven species of deciduous trees in the mahogany family Meliaceae, restricted to tropical Africa. At least some of the species attain large sizes, reaching 40-50 m tall, exceptionally 60 m, and 2 m in trunk diameter. The leaves are pinnate, with 5-9 pairs of leaflets, each leaflet 8-10 cm long with an acuminate tip. The flowers are produced in loose inflorescences, each flower small, with five yellowish petals about 2 mm long, and ten stamens. The fruit is a five-valved capsule containing numerous winged seeds.
* Entandrophragma angolense - Tiama
* Entandrophragma candollei - Kosipo
* Entandrophragma cylindricum - Sapeli or Sapele
* Entandrophragma utile - Sipo or Utile
The timber of a few species is well-known. These are traded under separate names and can be used more or less like mahogany, with that of Entandrophragma cylindricum perhaps closest to a mahogany-type wood. The wood has a density of 660kg per cubic meter.
1. ^ Utile. Niche Timbers. Accessed 20-09-2009.