Wenge wood is a dark colored wood, with a slight reddish tint. It's grain has distinctive and subtle linear grain.
Leopard wood has a very conspicuous flecking that gives the wood its name. The coloring is medium to dark reddish brown with grey or light brown rays. These rays resemble the spots of a leopard.
Padauk (pa - DUKE) wood has a very unique reddish orange coloration. The grain is usually straight.
Purple Heart wood is a dull purplish brown. The grain is usually straight but can also be wavy or irregular.
Zebra wood is a pale golden yellow with distinctive narrow streaks of dark brown to black.