Dalbergia spruciana is the closest known relative to Brazilian rosewood. A rare species worldwide that grows in the same Atlantic rainforest in Brazil as Brazilian rosewood, this wood is indistinguishable from Brazilian Rosewood except for the lack of distinct smell that Brazilian Rosewood has. The visual and tonal qualities are nearly identical. The most common use of this wood is for instruments, though it is used in many other applications as well.
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