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The tree is of medium vigorousness, and good development, with a blunt and arrogant glass, very thick of branches and with a very tight foliage, of light colored leaves, with a good annual growth of the shoots, and with a period of harvest medium, but very generous. The figs are urceolados, almost spherical, symmetrical in the form and uniform in the dimensions, they do not present paired fruits, nor abnormal formations. They are diffuse blue, very whitish and gleaming, with a very fine cracked very peculiar, scattered throughout the fig when maturation is advanced. The pulp is garnet, juicy and tasty, the achenes are small but in great quantity. The skin is thin and thin, easily peeled. They have an easy abscission of the peduncle, and sometimes they present a drop of honey in the ostiolo. They are resistant to rain and the opening of the ostiolo, very sensitive to transport and sufficiently resistant to detachment.