PlantsFlowering PlantsNightshade Family — Family Solanaceae
Western Horse-nettle
Solanum dimidiatum
Leaves alternate. Flowers radially symmetrical, with 5 stamens. Fruit is a berry or capsule.
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Paintedtongue —  Bouchetia erecta [1]
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Seaside Petunia —  Calibrachoa parviflora [1]
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Cayenne Pepper —  Capsicum annuum [1]
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Jessamine — Genus Cestrum
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Five Eyes — Genus Chamaesaracha
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Jimsonweed — Genus Datura
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Texas Cupflower —  Hunzikeria texana [1]
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Gingerleaf —  Lycianthes asarifolia [1]
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Desert-thorn — Genus Lycium
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Netted Globecherry —  Margaranthus solanaceus [1]
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Trans-Pecos Stinkleaf —  Nectouxia formosa [1]
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Tobacco — Genus Nicotiana
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Dwarf Cupflower —  Nierembergia hippomanica [1]
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Violetflower Petunia —  Petunia integrifolia [1]
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Ground Cherries — Genus Physalis
Flowers yellow. Fruit is a berry.
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Chinese Lantern —  Quincula lobata [1]
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Lily Of The Valley Vine —  Salpichroa origanifolia [1]
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Poorman's Orchid —  Schizanthus pinnatus [1]
Western Horse-nettle
Nightshades & Horse-nettles — Genus Solanum
Fruit is a berry.
Evidence that species is found in Texas:
  1. USDA Plants Database, advanced search for Texas plants from the United States Department of Agriculture.