Corsica 1 Citrus clementina hort. ex Tan. Klementina
Corsica #1, Corsica 1 SRA 367, Corsica SRA 63, Corsica SRA 92, G.P., Ristorcelli 1
It's a mutation of variety 'Fina' that was discovered by René Ristorcelli in 1962. This mutation occurred in Rabat, Morocco. It's name, 'G.P.' is a tribute to the land owner, where the mutation was discovered, Georgese Poerrona. The fruit is average (5-6,5cm) and weighs around 90-130g. Its rind is light orange, smooth, thin (3-5mm) and its pulp is not too juicy. It contains only few seeds (2-5).