Parentage: Mexican
Peels: No

Seed Size: Large

Skin Texture:
Blossom Type: B

Fruit Shape:
High spheriod to Obovate
Skin Color Unripe: Green
Skin Color Ripe:
Skin Thickness: Thin

Average Fruit Weight oz: 8 to 10

%Ratio Seed/Skin/Flesh: 21:14:65
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Additional Information:

Originated in Glendora, California, by C.B. Shoemaker. Introduced about 1949. Chance seedling discovered in 1933. Season Sept. to Dec. Grown commercially in a small way in the inland areas of California during the 1940's and 1950's. Fruit tend to crack at South Coast Research and Education Center in Irvine, California.