29m3 of Copaiba, Catuaba, and Tornillo lumber seized in San Gaban

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July 7, 2020 - Puno, Peru

The National Forest and Wildlife Service (SERFOR) seized 12,352 board feet of sawn wood at a control post on the highway in San Gaban. At the time of verifying the forest product, other species not reported in the Forest Transportation Guide (GTF) were found, such Copaiba (Copaifera reticulata ), Catuaba (Erisma uncinatum), and Tornillo (Cedrelinga catenaeformis).

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29m3 of Copaiba, Catuaba, and Tornillo lumber seized in San Gaban

Photo: SERFOR

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