Mutation found in Bahia (Brazil) around the year 1800. The tree is vigorous, round in form and with a large base. Its leaves are dark with thorns in the more vigorous branches.
The flowers lack pollen and the fruit is very large, spherical or somewhat oval in form and orange in colour. A navel is visible on the outside. and does not have seeds.
This variety is normally harvested after Navelina and Newhall, during a relatively long period running from December to May, according to region. It is one of the most heavily cultivated varieties in Spain and around the world due to its high quality for fresh consumption.