Sheaok---- Color range is golden orange to red-orange to nearly burgundy. Not as heavy and hard as oak (the Englsh settlers declared it weaker than English oak but similar so "She-oak"). Used in furniture and flooring (and in the past, beer barrels). Sheoak grows primarily in a small area on the south coast of Southwest Western Australia. Trees with a "lace" appearance are very rare- about 1 in 100 trees. Bird's eye lace is extremely rare- less than 25 small pieces came to the US in the last three years.
1 Durability refers to a wood's resistance to rotting in wet environments.