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With the adoption of a number of anti-illegal logging laws, treaties, memoranda, and international agreements around the world, there is broad and renewed interest in wood identification, especially in the field at the macroscopic level. In response to this interest, and to begin to fill an obvious gap in the corpus of wood anatomical reference material, we review several prominent Englishlanguage publications on macroscopic wood identification in order to form a list of characters. We compiledoi:10.1163/22941932-00000096 fatcat:vibaitc6vzdahdurv7adgu632e