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Arneo Bianco
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Verneo Bianco, Inverneo, Invernale, Invernengo, Invernizzo, Natalino, Tardo

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Condit Monograph

(syns. Verneo Bianco, Inverneo, Invernale, Invernengo, Invernizzo, Natalino, Tardo). Described and illustrated by Vallese (1909) as an unusually late fig, continuing to mature into October or even December in favorable seasons; also described by Pellicano (1907), Guglielmi (1908), Portale (1910), and De Rosa (1911).

Tree large. Leaves generally 5-lobed. Figs medium, obovate; stalk very short; neck absent; skin pale yellow, with scattered white flecks; eye scales intensely rose-colored; pulp red. Consumed fresh.

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