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Unnamed spotting

Family Solanaceae Genus Solanum

Notes:

Medicinal plant used for ailments of the bones

1 Species ID Suggestions

Allan2
Allan2 9 years ago
Nightshade
Solanum americanum Solanum americanum


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6 Comments

craigwilliams
craigwilliams 9 years ago

Thanks Norieth.

Allan2
Allan2 9 years ago

It looks like S. americanum. I'm still not sure though.

NoriethAlejandra
NoriethAlejandra 9 years ago

Allan the ripe fruit is orange

NoriethAlejandra
NoriethAlejandra 9 years ago

Reported using the leaves

NoriethAlejandra
NoriethAlejandra 9 years ago

Such use was reported in Boyaca Colombia Garagoa

craigwilliams
craigwilliams 9 years ago

Looks like something in the family Solanaceae and quite possibly in the genus Solanum. Such a fascinating and useful family, I hope someone can ID it correctly. Which part is used to treat bone problems?

NoriethAlejandra
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NoriethAlejandra

Tunja, Boyac√°, Colombia

Spotted on Oct 20, 2011
Submitted on Jan 15, 2012

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