Adamo Citrus limon (L.) Burn. f. citroník
It's an Italian sport originating in the region of Mascala, Giarre. The tree is semi-vigorous with its crown growing higher rather than wider and branches without any bigger thorns. Young shoots are green with a purple touch. Its flowers are white to purple.
This variety is fairly resistant to mal-secco with a very balanced and reliable productivity. It was also improved with micro-inoculation.
The fruit is elliptic, quite average (120-130g) with a slightly punched out peduncle. The rind is neither thin, nor thick and is deeply yellow. Its pulp is very acidic (over 6% of acids) and has excellent quality. The fruits are completely seedless and ripen continuously from November to January.