Parentage: Mexican
Seed Size: Large

Skin Texture:
Blossom Type: A

Fruit Shape:
Skin Color Unripe: Black
Skin Color Ripe: Black

Skin Thickness: Thick

Average Fruit Weight oz: 6 to 16

%Ratio Seed/Skin/Flesh: 25:11:64
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Additional Information:

Introduced as budwood in 1911 from Atlixco, Mexico. Skin more leathery than granular. Surface glossy and purplish-red at maturity. Seed is tight in cavity. Tree is a very rapid grower, erect, with drooping branches. Fruit has good flavor. Season: Mid Dec.to March. Does not ship well. Tree does not set fruit regularly in California.