S. andigenum Juz. et Buk. var. bolivianum Buk. et Lechn.

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 1656, 1807 La Paz, Sorata, Coni under name Munda, Reina.
The name Monda, Munda ("for cleaning") indicates the way of cooking.
Seedlings repeat the original form.