Vegetative characters for tropical Asian spiny solanums A large and densely hairy repand leaf of S. lasiocarpum (Meeboonya et al. RM 287, Thailand) B small, pubescent, very shallowly lobed leaf of S. miyakojimense (field photograph, unvouchered, Taiwan) C entire, pubescent leaf of S. robinsonii (Nuraliev 3031, Vietnam) D glabrescent and deeply dissected leaf of S. virginianum (Sampath Kumar et al. 126968, India) E conical straight prickles on a pubescent young stem of S. hovei (field photograph, unvouchered, India) F strongly hooked prickles on a glabrous young stem and on the abaxial leaf surface of S. trilobatum (Meeboonya et al. RM 242, Thailand) G needle-like purple prickles on the adaxial leaf surface of S. cyanocarphium (field photograph, unvouchered, Vietnam) H pubescent young stem of S. barbisetum armed with prickles and bristles (Suksathan et al. PS 3832, Thailand). Photograph credits: A, B, D–F X. Aubriot C, G M. Nuraliev H D. Pedersen.

  Part of: Aubriot X, Knapp S (2022) A revision of the “spiny solanums” of Tropical Asia (Solanum, the Leptostemonum Clade, Solanaceae). PhytoKeys 198: 1-270.