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Marblewood is lumber harvested from Zygia racemosa, a Northeastern South American Tree. Its fine grain and dense structure can make it difficult to work with and it has a mild blunting effect on tools. 

Not listed on the CITES index because it is largely harvested wild by locals and not in current danger of being lost, individual trees are highly efficient in their production of quality heartwood lumber. Because of its relatively limited range, products from Galdrecraft made of Marblewood are priced to include a donation to the Rainforest Trust, a non-profit organization that purchases land to rescue it from development and preserve the species present.