The range of species is very large and expanding. In one form or another Ghana at present exports more than fifty species and continues to promote many more. They include some of the strongest and most durable species in the world and embrace a big variety of colour and grain, from almost white (Wawa) to very dark (Kaku), and from timbers suitable for the toughest use as sea defence, bridge construction and railway sleepers to the handsome woods for furniture, panelling and flooring, and to the very light-weight species for interior work. Whatever the end uses, there is a suitable Ghanaian species.
You can browse through the species details given here starting either with end uses or with a species name. Either route will give you a clear idea of what is available. Ghana at the moment produces 17 wood products from 39 species which are exported to about 44 destinations worldwide.