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Large almost black fruit with a very deep red pulp and a distinctive, but agreeable acid flavor. Brebas are pyriform with a thick, tapering neck; main crop figs are variable often without neck. Medium eye. Excellent fresh or dried. Well-adapted in the South and Southwest. Fairly hardy. (001a) (004)

Described by Crichton as a "desirable French variety with large long pyriform fruit. The skin black and thickly covered with bloom and when dead ripe splits in lines. Flesh yellowish red, tender juicy and sweet. Tree is robust and a moderately good bearer." This variety was offered by W C Grey in 1907. and described differently: "large jet black fruit with deep red pulp of excellent quality." No known sources and probably in Australia. Still available from Davis California, USA. (Australia) (021)