Page. Introduction. 1. Selection of important Caribbean timbers. 2. Nomenclature. 4. Distribution and habitat. 4. Tree descriptions. 4. Description of the wood. 5. Weight and specific gravity. 5 Hardwood timber is, in general, plentiful throughout the . Grenada, Trinidad, and Tobago in the Lesser An- tilles. Although Chiba

10 results Contact companies in the wood industry from Trinidad And Tobago. Thousands of exporters from Trinidad And Tobago, buyers and importers of wood products to be contacted on Type: Planks (boards), Species: Melaleuca , Key feature: CE, Volume: 100 - 1000 m3 per month, Length: 1 m. Vietnam.

The country has yet to develop a workable set of C&I for SFM suited to its special needs. Individually licensed loggers are able to cut a specified number of trees or volume as defined by the Forestry Division. In many cases this may have amounted to a 'logger's selection system'. Trinidad and Tobago imports round logs and

Without their dedication and hard work over the years, the body of knowledge which now exists on the . climate and ecosystems in Trinidad than in. Tobago. ♢. Based on size and number of documented species,. Trinidad and Tobago's biodiversity per unit area is among the mills producing furniture-grade wood. Map 2-1

This is also termed moist forest and is found at slightly higher (100-300 m) or more sheltered locations. This is a two storied forest with an upper closed canopy at 20 m high and a lower tree layer at about half that height. The upper trees are mainly evergreens like Spanish oak (Inga laurina) and beefwood (Pisonia fragrans)

Before "Native Trees of Trinidad and Tobago" appeared, there had only been a handful of books published about the flora of Trinidad and Tobago. They were usually written for professional foresters and botanists, and if they were illustrated, it was either by drawings or black and white photographs. It was difficult for the