Vascular Plants

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Dunal, M.F. in Candolle, A.L.P.P. de (ed.) (1852), Solanaceae. Prodromus Systematis Naturalis Regni Vegetabilis 13(1) : 1-690 (Section) Dunal, M.F. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Capsicum hispidum Dunal
  2. Capsicum hispidum var. glabriusculum Dunal
  3. Datura meteloides DC. ex Dunal
  4. Lycium campanulatum Dunal
  5. Lycium sect. Amblymeris Dunal
  6. Physalis pensylvanica var. cinerascens Dunal
  7. Physalis somnifera L.
  8. Solanum aculeastrum Dunal
  9. Solanum amblymerum Dunal
  10. Solanum armatum R.Br. var. armatum
  11. Solanum armatum var. cultum Dunal
  12. Solanum bifurcum Hochst. ex Dunal
  13. Solanum cymosum Dunal
  14. Solanum douglasii Dunal
  15. Solanum elaeagnifolium var. leprosum (Ortega) Dunal
  16. Solanum elaeagnifolium var. obtusifolium (Dunal) Dunal
  17. Solanum gracile Dunal
  18. Solanum horridum Dunal ex Poir. var. horridum
  19. Solanum horridum var. repandifolium Dunal
  20. Solanum leprosum Ortega
  21. Solanum nelsoni Dunal
  22. Solanum obtusifolium Dunal
  23. Solanum prinophyllum Dunal
  24. Solanum retroflexum Dunal
  25. Solanum sect. Leptostemonum Dunal
  26. Solanum sodomeum L.
  27. Solanum sodomeum var. hermannii Dunal
  28. Solanum styleanum Dunal
  29. Solanum subsect. Lycianthes Dunal
  30. Solanum tripartitum Dunal
  31. Solanum tuberiferum Dunal
  32. Solanum umbellatum Dunal
  33. Solanum viarum Dunal
  34. Solanum viridifolium Dunal
  35. Withania somnifera (L.) Dunal

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