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Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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Synonym: Solanum nigrescens
A common shrub of disturbed sites throughout much of Florida, Solanum chenopodioides is also native to South America.
This is one of two species of black nightshades native to Florida, the other being S. americanum, or american black nightshade. They can be differentiated by the mature fruit, S. chenopodioides having dull black nodding fruit, while S. americanum has shiny black fruits that are held erect.
Other species of the Solanum genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
View Solanum capsicoides - SODA APPLE
View Solanum viarum - TROPICAL SODA APPLE
View Solanum dulcamara - CLIMBING NIGHTSHADE
View Solanum bahamense - BAHAMA NIGHTSHADE
View Solanum americanum - AMERICAN BLACK NIGHTSHADE
View Solanum carolinense var. carolinense - CAROLINA HORSENETTLE
View Solanum sisymbriifolium - STICKY NIGHTSHADE
Date record last modified:
Aug 07, 2016