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Hoe Nightshade (Solanum physalifolium Rusby), FlowerHoe Nightshade (Solanum physalifolium Rusby), family Solanaceae (Nightshade). Quote: 'The Solanaceae family is characteristically ethnobotanical, that is, extensively utilized by humans. It is an important source of food, spice and medicine. However, Solanaceae species are often rich in alkaloids whose toxicity to humans and animals ranges from mildly irritating to fatal in small quantities.' End quote. Also called Hairy Nightshade, our…

Hoe Nightshade (Solanum physalifolium Rusby), FlowerHoe Nightshade (Solanum physalifolium Rusby), family Solanaceae (Nightshade). Quote: 'The Solanaceae family is characteristically ethnobotanical, that is, extensively utilized by humans. It is an important source of food, spice and medicine. However, Solanaceae species are often rich in alkaloids whose toxicity to humans and animals ranges from mildly irritating to fatal in small quantities.' End quote. Also called Hairy Nightshade, our…

Orange berry of desert thorn (Lycium shawii...40 miles south-west from Doha, Qatar

Orange berry of desert thorn (Lycium shawii...40 miles south-west from Doha, Qatar

Purple Nightshade (Solanum xanti).  Can be found under oak trees along the edge, likes leaf litter.

Purple Nightshade (Solanum xanti). Can be found under oak trees along the edge, likes leaf litter.

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