Spontaneous mutation of the Oronules variety discovered around 1994 by Juan Navarro in Loriguilla (Valencia), who ceded exclusive worldwide exploitation rights to AVASA®. As it is pending protection in Spain, the European Union and in other countries, cultivation or commercialisation is not permitted without a licence.
The tree is not particularly vigorous, and is even less so than the Oronules variety. It is of medium size, with slow and open growth, due in part to its rapid entry into production. Round form with vertical growth and multiple fronds. Branches without thorns, short internodes and a multitude of buds that sometimes protrude from the main branches. Large quantity of very characteristic leaves that are medium to small in size, elongated and narrow and of a very vivid dark green colour.
Highly viable pollen. Parthenocarpic and self-incompatible variety.
Fruit thickness superior to Oronules and more uniform, of a very attractive vivid reddish orange colour. Tender pulp with a large quantity of pleasant juice. Consistent rind that is easy to peel. Vulnerable to heatstroke and pitting when overripe.
Rapidly enters production and is more productive than Oronules, with a high density (kg/m3 crown), and therefore highly productivity per Ha when suitably spaced. Very high.