S.M. Bukasov. Potatoes of South America and their breeding use, Leningrad, 1933, p. 70.
Diagnosis: Tubers are oval, red, colored under skin.
Stem is wholly not strongly coloured, slightly decumbent. Leaves are 5-6 paired. There are 3 (rarer 4) pairs of primary leaflets in a series, basiscopic, rarely 1-2 pairs of secondary leaflets, sometimes basiscopic, sometimes acroscopic in the second series-10-11, of a medium size, rarely of a bigger size.
Pedicle below articulation is 21 mm long, thick, above articulation it is narrowed at the bottom, pretty long compared to the lower part, 8-10-11 mm long. Articulation in the upper jalf or one-third of the pedicle is colored. Pubescence of the pedicle is very short.
Calyx is 9-10 mm long from inside. Acumens equal 1/3-1/2 of calyx length, inclined.
Corolla is light- lilac, sometimes white by seedlings. Star is light. Radius is 21 mm, petal width is 22 mm. A typical form of lobes is up to 12 mm long with wide shoulders, acumens are 4 mm long. Acumen pubescence is very short.
Stamen filaments are short, 2 mm, 2 mm from the margin, 1 mm wide. Anthers are 7-8 mm long, in a conic column, sometimes slightly displaced.
Style overtops the anthers for 2-3 mm, length is 11-12 mm. Stigma is big, not flattened. Small sinus. Oval-conic ovary. Oval berries. Low productivity, like by the most other forms of this variety.
Juzepczuk ¹ 1656, 1807â èç La Paz, Sorata, Coni under name Munda, Reina.
The name Monda, Munda ("for cleaning") indicates the way of cooking.
Seedlings repeat the original form.