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Dyewoods refers to a number of varieties of wood which provided dyes for textiles and other purposes. Some of the more important include:

  • Brazilwood or brazil from Brazil, producing a red dye.
  • Catechu or cutch from Acacia wood, producing a dark brown dye.
  • Old Fustic from India and Africa, producing a yellow dye.
  • Logwood from Belize, producing a red dye.

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