ⓘ Solanum sarrachoides

                                     

ⓘ Solanum sarrachoides

Solanum sarrachoides is a species of nightshade known as the hairy nightshade or leafy-fruited nightshade. In California, according to the Jepson Manual Solanum key, it is differentiated by its calyx that are enlarged during fruit, but smaller when in flower.

The scientific name of S. sarrachoides has long been used for different species of Solanum physalifolium, different authors. Originally mistakenly S. sarrachoides S. physalifolium was kind var. nitidibaccatum are also treated as separate species, nitidibaccatum nightshade. Actual S. sarrachoides also considered a number of S. tweedianum, the plants formerly known as C. atriplicifolium, as set Jilly on the basis of the NIS.

                                     
  • the north western United States. Solanum physalifolium has been widely but incorrectly known as Solanum sarrachoides a different species. It has been
  • Hairy nightshade is a common name for several plants and may refer to: Solanum physalifolium Solanum sarrachoides Solanum villosum
  • sunberry Solanum sarrachoides Hairy nightshade Solanum scabrum Mill. Garden huckleberry Solanum triflorum Nutt. Cut - leaved nightshade Solanum villosum
  • horsenettle Solanum santosii S.Knapp Solanum saponaceum Dunal Solanum sarrachoides Sendtn. Solanum saruwagedensis Symon Solanum saturatum M.Nee Solanum savanillense
  • Solanum nigrum, the European black nightshade or simply black nightshade or blackberry nightshade, is a species in the genus Solanum native to Eurasia