Solanum hydroides Gouvêa & Giacomin. (A, G–I field pictures from specimens L.F.A. de Paula et al. 669, BHCB; B–E Y.F. Gouvêa & G.V.A. Santos 325, BHCB). A Habit (bottom right corner: young plant with larger leaves) B flowering branch C inflorescence and a flower in lateral view (note that calyx does not have a plicate aspect at the base of the calyx tube) D long-styled flower, front view E mature fruit (note the calyx does not completely cover the berry) F scanning electron micrograph of seed G trichomes; upper: the usual morphology of the stellate trichomes of S. hydroides adaxial leaf surface; lower: examples of stellate trichomes with reduced number of rays (note the multiseriate stalks) H stem indumentum; I adaxial leaf surface indumentum. Scale bars: 30 cm (A); 7.5 cm (B); 1.3 cm (C–D); 1 cm (E); 0.8 mm (F–I). Photographs: A by L.F.A de Paula B–E, G–I by Y.F. Gouvêa.

  Part of: Gouvêa YF, de Paula LFA, Stehmann JR, Giacomin LL (2020) Solanum hydroides (Solanaceae): a prickly novelty from the land of the sugar loaves, central Brazilian Atlantic Forest. PhytoKeys 139: 63-76.