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Khaya senegalensis (African mahogany) is recognised as the species with greatest potential for producing high-value timber in the monsoon, seasonally dry tropics of Australia including north Queensland (Dickinson and Lee, 2005), Cape York Peninsula (Bragg et al., 2004; Nicholson, 1985) and the...

Dickinson, G.; Kelly, N.
Private Forestry North Queensland, Kairi, Australia
Where to from here with R&D to underpin plantations of high-value timber species in the 'seasonally-dry' tropics of northern Australia? Proceedings of a workshop organised by Private Forestry North Queensland and Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, Townsville, Australia, 9-11 May, 2006, 2006, pp 1-19