A West African tree that has a distinctive pagodalike shape and yields weather-resistant timber.
- ‘Idigbo was first brought to Costa Rica from Africa in the 1980's.’
- ‘Idigbo grows rapidly and reaches a height of 120 to 150 feet in the natural forest, with a straight and clear bole up to 70 feet.’
A local name.
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