Bauhinia morondavensis is a deciduous shrub or tree growing up to 7 metres tall. The bole is usually short and poorly shaped[
The tree is harvested from the wild for local use of its fibre and timber.
Africa - southwestern and southern Madagascar.
Deciduous woodland and scrubland[
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The bark is used to make rope[
We have no specific information on the properties of this wood, but the wood of Bauhinia spp. from Madagascar is generally medium-weight, moderately hard and not durable. It is easy to dry, with moderate shrinkage rates; easy to work; and fairly stable in service. The bole and branches are used as poles in house construction[
The wood is used for fuel[
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