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FIGURES
Figure No.
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Douglas-Fir, Southern Yellow Pine, Western Hemlock, and
White Fir (from left to right) are Four Major Softwood Species
(note the narrow Band of Heartwood in the Center of the Southern
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Yellow Pine Sample)
White Oak, Red Oak, Sweetgum and Black Gum (from left to right)
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are Four Major Hardwood Species (Note the Course Texture of the
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Oaks, Especially Red Oak and the Variegated Pattern in Sweetgum)
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Bacterial Damage in Sapwood Cut from Untreated White Pine (left)
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and Red Pine (right) Piling Submerged for 85 Years in Freshwater
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Surface Mold on Sweetgum Veneer
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Sapstain in a Cross Section of Pine
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Interior Oxidation or Chemical Stain of Yellow Poplar
When Wet Wood is Probed with a Pick or Comparable Tool, it Tends
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to Lift Out as a Long Sliver or it Breaks by Splintering if Sound (left)
but if Decayed even Slightly it Tends to Lift in Short Lengths and to
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Break Abruptly, Without Splintering (right)
Early Stage of Brown Rot Showing Discoloration on Side Grain
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(top right) and End Grain (top left) of the Same Board and Across
Grain Cracking and Collapsed Wood Associated with Advanced
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Brown Rot (bottom)
Discoloration from White Rot on End Grain, Characterized by
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Mottling and Dark Zone Lines arrows) Bordering the Abnormally
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Light-Colored Areas (top) and Side Grain of the Same Board (bottom)
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Typical Surface Checking of Soft-Rotted Wood when Dry
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White Pocket Rot in Douglas-Fir
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Brown Pocket Rot in Western Red Cedar
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Range Map for Subterranean (A) and Drywood (B) Termites
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Termite Damaged Wood Showing the Insects' Preference for the
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Softer Earlywood and Accumulation of Soil and/or Fecal Material
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in the Galleries
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Winged Subterranean Termite Swarmers
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Subterranean Termite Shelter Tubes on the Interior Foundation Wall
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of a Crawl Space Type House
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Subterranean Termite Workers
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Hazard Regions for Subterranean Termites
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