Parentage: Guatemalan
Seed Size: Medium

Skin Texture:
Rough, warty
Blossom Type: B

Fruit Shape:
Skin Color Unripe: Green/black
Skin Color Ripe: Black

Skin Thickness: Thick

Average Fruit Weight oz: 12 to 16

%Ratio Seed/Skin/Flesh: 17:20:63
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Additional Information:

Originated from seed planted in 1895. Brought to Honolulu by Admiral Beardslee. This and a few seedlings of it were among the leading commercial varieties in Hawaii. Fruit season Nov. - April.

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