I ask you to contribute to create a list containing uncommon woods. Fred mentionned this idea elsewhere and the list should give us an overview "for trees where only a limited number of observations is available".
If you have any shrub or tree you used alleady but is not on our list ( www.octodons.ch/index.php/Woods ), it would be fine, that the species is reportet here together with your experience. If there is a tree or shrub next to you (perhaps in the garden or in a nearby park etc.) you wonder if it is suitable for degus, let us know too.
I hope we can create a short list giving new suggestions to enlarge the experience about usable and unsuitable woods.
Vana, Clio and some dwarf tropical woodlice (Trichorhina tomentosa)
Recently we had the mulberry as a suitable, but uncommon wood. I asked now my german chinchilla owner friends and was surprised that they know the dried leaves. It seems that the chinchillas like them, but the fruits are ignored.