Ok so I thought I would post something of semi-significance to other builders out there and whether you might be aware of this wood or not, you need to discover it.
An African hardwood, Aningeria is most commonly called anigre or anegre. Other names include: agnegre, aninguerie, aniegre, landosan, mukali, kali, osan, mutoke, mukangu, muna as well as Tasmanian walnut. The wood is creamy in color and has a natural luster and has a cedar-like scent. The heartwood is a yellow white, pale tan or pink brown and the wood darkens in color after exposure. It most often has a straight grain, but the grain can also appear to be wavy. Figured Anigre ranges from a fiddleback to a broader fiddleback or curly figure and also a block mottled look. There is also plain
Compared to the best mahogany.
Also it is fairly reasonable in comparison to other mahogany species and is a great tonewood. I found this through a friend and also found it at rctonewoods.com
Anyone looking for an idea on a new build or trying something new. Check it out.