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The tree is of medium vigorousness, of annual marked floods, for which the crown is elongated and of stretched branches, of high productivity. The harvest on the tree is striking because of the color of its coloration; the harvest period is medium and the yield is quite high. The figs are spherical, at the beginning of ripening they are yellow with green longitudinal stripes that, as they progress in maturation, become purple, such as a Paratjal. They do not present abnormal formations and if a good percentage of fruits are paired. They are symmetrical in form, but very variable in dimensions. The epidermis is of a medium thickness, quite rough, long and thick peduncle, sometimes have a drop of honey in the ostiolo. They have an easy abscission of the peduncle and little ease of peeling. The pulp is reddish, with a small amount of achenes, but large, the taste is very sweet and juicy. They have a medium sensitivity to rains and climatic accidents, to the opening of the ostiole, to transport and to the sour; They are also mildly susceptible to detachment.