The Guayabon tree can get 40 meters tall and develop a straight trunk of 1 meter of diameter, covered by a slim cortex that exfoliate the tree (exfoliation papiracea) in long laminate exposing the new cortex with a light color, getting a typical shape of guayabo or cas tree.

During many years it was considered a non important tree and very hard to used because of the big roots that made it very difficult to cut , but after 60´ and 70´ in Costa Rica becam build houses with sura wood, because of it has a good quality and excellent finished.

El árbol de Guayabón puede alcanzar los 40 metros de altura y desarrollar un tronco recto de 1 metro de diámetro, cubierto por una delgada corteza que exfolia el árbol (exfoliación papirácea, para evitar que le crescan parácitos y de esta manera también protege el árbol en caso de un incendio forestal) en un laminado largo, exponiendo la nueva corteza con un color claro, obteniendo una forma típica del árbol de guayaba o árbol del cas.

Durante muchos años se consideró un árbol no importante y muy difícil de usar debido a las grandes raíces que lo hacían muy difícil de cortar, pero después de los años 60 y 70 en Costa Rica se construyeron casas con madera de surá, debido a que tiene una buena calidad y excelente acabado.

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