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It comes from the Tiryntha region of Nafplion. FRUIT: Large size and spherical-oval shape. The bark is yellow-orange in color with a red tinge on the part exposed to the sun. The flesh is cored, yellow-orange, firm, juicy and moderately flavored. The kernel is bitter. RIPENING: End of May. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: It presents a small tendency to self-carriage. It is considered a variety of medium quality and very sensitive to the flesh virus. The value of this variety is due solely to its earliness.