The figs, pear, large and showy, are yellow with a green striped very characteristic longitudinal and very striking. Are symmetrical in shape and uniform in dimensions. No abnormal growths or fruits have paired. The flesh is deep red color, very tasty; achenes few and small. The thin skin is tough, little cracked, but at the end of maturation has a fine cracks very little marked. Have good resistance to rain and dews, and transportation. They are very sensitive to the opening of the ostiole and detachment.
That is a rough translation I did from Pons books with good translate so it may be a bit off.
It has medium vigour, doesn't drop easily, no brevas (of course) but produces from sept 6- 24 oct in Mallorca so it will be a couple days later than the negra according to his data. For uses he has it listed as it is for fresh consumption.
I got bummed out since it can split open easily (not sure how), but not from rain or dew at least.