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Described and figured by Estelrich (1910) as one of the best drying figs of Mallorca, receiving a gold medal at the exposition in Manacor, 1896; see also account of Priego y Jaramillo (1922), and of Condit (1925). P.I. No. 86,169, introduced from Lerida Province in Spain in 1928 as Carabesseta, proved to be a striped fig very similar to Panachee. Tree of medium size, with 3-lobed leaves. Figs medium, conical, clear green; pulp light red, very sweet. Highly flavored fresh, and of especially good quality dried. (701)