ⓘ Solanum pubescens

                                     

ⓘ Solanum pubescens

Solanum pubescens is a wild shrub found in the foot hill areas of southern India. It is very closely related to the Turkey berry. This shrub does not have spines, leaves are smaller in size covered with dense sticky hairs. Flowers are larger, purple to violet, the flowering and fruiting is seasonal in S. pubescens. Flowering will occur from August to December. The fruits are around 1.2 cm diameter and is more bitter. Matured fruits change in color to orange.

It can be found in peninsular India and Sri Lanka.

                                     
  • Bohs Solanum luteoalbum var. tunya J.F.Macbr. Solanum pubescens Ruiz Pav. non Willd.: preoccupied S. pubescens Roxb. is a nomen nudum. S. pubescens B
  • Cakalaka berry Solanum pyrifolium Lam. Solanum pubescens Willd. Solanum riedlei Dunal Riedle s nightshade Solanum rudepannum Dunal Solanum rugosum Dunal
  • Solanum pubescens Willd. Solanum pubigerum Dunal Solanum pugiunculiferum C.T.White Solanum pulverulentifolium K.E. Roe. Solanum pumilum Dunal Solanum
  • Xylocopa pubescens is a species of large carpenter bee. Females form nests by excavation with their mandibles, often in dead or soft wood. X. pubescens is commonly
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  • Aureliana fasciculata Solanum bullatum Solanum cinnamomeum Solanum granulosum - leprosum, Solanum granuloso - leprosum Solanum inaequale Solanum leucodendron Nepenthes
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