I had to look it up (mostly because I was wondering if there was a complementary he-oak), and found a couple sources saying it's the same as beefwood. If they are, in fact, the same thing (I'm a little skeptical, since wood database doesn't say anything about it, and that's my usual go-to), they've got stabilized blanks at Arizona Silhouette:I’d like to get a couple sheoak blanks. No luck on ebay. Maybe someone here has one or two in their stash they would sell/
I have thought of him and he has some (but not true sheoak, per his description) and i don‘t want enough to make it worth the shipping.
That’s it exactly!I'm not sure if I'm in the market to sell, but for the sake of conversation, I assume the OP is interested in the "lace" figured sheoak like these blanks of mine?...
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From what I understand, sheoak is (for the most part) unremarkable and the distinct lace figure is relatively rare. I could be wrong though.
I don't think sheoak is related to beefwood at all. In fact, the Wood Database says beefwood's genus is Grevillea and every variety of sheoak listed is in the Allocasuarina genus. Both from western Australia though!