Miguel is a West Indian type that was selected by Harold Kendall in south Dade, Florida in 1970 and patented in 1975.
It was recognized for its superior production and good commercial traits and has since become very commonly planted in commercial groves in Dade county.
The fruit is medium-to-large sized, green and elliptically shaped. It has a yellow, mild flavored flesh with a medium sized seed.
The tree produces B-type flowers and the fruit matures from August to September.
Race: West Indian.
Flower type: B
Country: Florida - USA