Trade Name: Kopie
Family Name: Celastraceae
Other Common Names: Cabacalli, Caballi, Capricornia, Chaquiro, Congrio blanco, Copi, Copie, Couepi, Coupi, Cupiuba, Cupiuva, Goupi, Goupi glabra, Goupie, Goupil, Kabiuk, Kaboekalli, Kabukaii, Kabukalli, Kapie, Keopi, Koepie, Kopi, Kopie, Kopiye, Kupiye, Paraguero, Piaunde, Pilon, Saino, Sapino, Stinkwood, Tento, Waramai, Zahino
Regions of Distribution: Central America, Latin America
Regions of Distribution: Brazil, Colombia, Columbia, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, Venezuela.
Common Uses:Agricultural implements, Bent Parts, Boat building (general), Boat building: decking, Boat building: framing, Bridge construction, Building construction, Building materials, Cabin construction, Cabinetmaking, Canoes, Chairs, Charcoal, Chests, Construction, Decks, Desks, Dining-room furniture, Drawer sides, Factory construction, Factory flooring, Fine furniture, Flooring, Flooring: industrial heavy traffic, Furniture , Furniture components, Furniture squares or stock, Furniture, Hatracks, Heavy construction, Joinery (external): ground contact, Joinery, Kitchen cabinets, Light construction, Living-room suites, Mine timbers, Office furniture, Paneling, Piling, Plywood, Plywood: veneer (marine), Poles, Radio – stereo – TV cabinets, Railroad ties, Roofing, Rustic furniture, Stools, Sub-flooring, Turnery, Utility furniture, Vehicle parts, Veneer, Veneer: decorative, Wardrobes.