Definitely not Spanish cedar. I have Cuban Mahogany and genuine. I also have some Spanish. And it doesn’t look like either. I have yet to cross cut them. I was reading up on Mexican mahogany. The tree came from Florida.
I was told when I got it. They thought it might be mahogany.
My Cuban is much more orangey that my genuine if I recall. I only have a few pieces of Cuban. Lots of the other stuff thou. I will try and take a picture of all together. I’ll even Include the Spanish cedar I have. But the SC is boring and quartersawn.
I believe that is mango (mangifera indica)- spritz some water on it and you should get a sweet/sour aroma and a golden yellow color. Mottled figure is present in mango. I supplied a piece (it came from Hawaii though) to a luthier friend if you want to see a finish guitar out of it. Mango does have similar mahogany like face grain structure and density.