New hosts of tea mosquito bug, Helopeltis theivora Waterhouse on eggplant (Solanum melongena L.) and amaranth (Amaranthus sp. Solanum aviculare G. Forst. The main hosts of Anthonomus eugenii are cultivated Capsicum spp., including C. annuum and C. frutescens (Acosta et al., 1987) and some wild Capsicum spp. Are other species of the same genus (or closely related genera) invasive in a similar climate? The symptoms are often delayed up to 6-12 hours and may include a fever, sweating, nausea and abdominal pain (New Zealand Plant Conservation Network). If the seed is sown in early spring in a warm greenhouse and planted out after the last frosts it can fruit in its first year though yields will be lower than from plants grown as perennials. Naturalized in California (Jepson). Botany Division, DSIR, Christchurch. Flowers to 40cm wide. Kangaroo Apple Rainforest Type Solanum Aviculare Seeds Packet of 200+ home grown seeds! View gallery. Solanum elaeagnifolium and Solanum lanceolatum are listed as invasive in California (Wikipedia). Slugs and arthropods associated with poroporo were studied while developing practical pest control with minimum use of pesticides. A member of the Solanaceae family, Solanum laciniatum Aiton is also known Solanum laciniatum is a evergreen shrub found in areas such as Australia. in parts of south-eastern and southern South Australia and in the coastal districts of south-western Western Australia). Solanum is a large, variable genus of annual plants and perennial plants, forbs, vines, sub-shrubs, shrubs, and small trees. albiflorum in some flora treatments) is particularly attractive and worth growing. Corolla broadly campanulate to rotate, up to 40 mm diameter; tube up to 10 mm long, funnelform, widely flaring at mouth, lobes 10-15 mm, lanceolate; white, lavender, or dark blue , in all cases usually fading to white after anthesis. High degree of climate overlap with California (Cal-IPC global map of climate areas matching California). Often appears following fires (New Zealand Plant Conservation Network). Solanum laciniatum . PEST RATING PROFILE Initiating Event: Chrysodeixis eriosoma is frequently intercepted by CDFA. Leaves 4-40cm long by 1-1.5cm wide. PM5 - Pest Risk Analysis; PM6 - Safe use of Biological Control; PM7 - Diagnostics; PM8 - Commodity-specific Phytosanitary Measures; PM9 - National Regulatory Control Systems; PM10 - Phytosanitary Treatments; Photos . Questions Answered: 20This evaluation is valid, Status: CompletedIssues (unresolved/total): Has the species (or cultivar or variety, if applicable; applies to subsequent "species" questions) become naturalized where it is not native? 9. We won't sell or give away your email address.). 17. Is the species (or cultivar or variety) noted as being naturalized in the US or world in a similar climate? Solanum carolinense . ≥ 16 : valid (80% or more questions answered)≤ 15 : invalid (not enough questions answered). Indigenous. Solanum aviculare var. The moth has continuous overlapping generations throughout the year 1,2. Are the plant’s propagules frequently dispersed long distance (>100 m) by wind or water? L.) from India September 2019 Phytoparasitica 47(10) Easily grown from fresh seed and semi-hardwood cuttings. 12. Other common names kangaroo apple large kangaroo apple . Per Dave's Garden blooms late spring to early summer. Anthers 3-6 mm long, oblong, spreading, yellow, opening by apical slits. IV. Solanum elaeagnifolium and Solanum lanceolatum are listed as invasive in California (Wikipedia). Related Links. 30% of seed germination when soaked in water after 0 weeks of storage (Germination studies of the seed of Solanum laciniatum Ait. S. tangolias is a serious pest of potato in its region of origin, the Andes of South America. Native to south-eastern Asia (i.e. Likely dispersal by birds, and this is a "yes". Capinera (2017) reports that tomatillo, Physalis philadelphica, is a moderately susceptible host.Other Solanaceae are also attacked, including aubergines (Solanum melongena) and many wild Solanum spp. Solanum aviculare is known as the Kangaroo Apple and is a small to medium spreading shrub. An exhaustive Google/Google Scholar search did not reveal any additional evidence about seed production, and this remains unanswered at this time. Does this plant produce viable seed within the first three years (for an herbaceous species) to five years (for a woody species) after germination? Authors: By Peter J. de Lange, Jeremy R. Rolfe, John W. Barkla, Shannel P. Courtney, Paul D. Champion, Leon R. Perrie, Sarah M. Beadel, Kerry A. Ford, Ilse Breitwieser, Ines Schönberger, Rowan Hindmarsh-Walls, Peter B. Heenan and Kate Ladley. Calyx lobes short, broad, spreading. Once you click the button, please wait a second, and the site will return to this Evaluation and your name will be on the "Reviewers List" in the right hand column (below the Evaluation Summary). Reviewed by Eric Wrubel (Golden Gate Nat’l Recreation Area, eric_wrubel@nps.gov) and Ron Vanderhoff (rvanderhoff@sbcglobal.net, CA Native Plant Society- Orange Is the species (or cultivar or variety) noted as being invasive in the U.S. or world? This link will give you an image of the species as a mature plant, as well as flower, fruit and seed description. Site by. 15. Flowers axillary in 1-3 few to many-flowered cymes. Wetland Status. 1-2 mm) and a different chromosome number (2n = 92 cf 2n = 46). Small, softly woody shrub up to 3 x 2 m. Branches sparse to many, suberect to spreading, initially dark green, purple-green to reddish-brown, maturing with fine grey, chartaceous bark. Does this plant displace native plants and dominate (overtop or smother) the plant community in areas where it has established? No pretreatment of seeds required (Australian National Herbarium - CANBR) so it is possible that substantial germination occurs. Naturalised in at least China and Russia, probably elsewhere. Image by Ron Vanderhoff, Orange County CNPS, © 2006-2021 California Invasive Plant Council. Silverleaf nightshade is one of the most costly weeds for grain crop producers. The fruits of this species and S. laciniatum Aiton yield important steroid precursors, so both are widely and commercially grown, especially in eastern Europe, Russia and China. Between 1976 and 1983, poroporo (Solanum aviculare and S. laciniatum) was grown in New Zealand as a crop for the extraction of solasodine. Naturalised beyond is native range in some parts of southern Australia (i.e. Grows best in Zones 9a-11 (Dave's Garden). Solanum aviculare G.Forst. The leaves may be entire or lobed, up to 30 centimetres long, deep green above and lighter green beneath. 6. For more information, please see the help page on How to Review an Evaluation? aviculare Fact Sheet (content continuously updated). 13. 4. Propagation may be from seeds, which require no pre-treatment, or from cuttings taken from spring to autumn (Australian National Herbarium - CANBR). Often confused with the much more widespread and common S. laciniatum Aiton which has much wider (up to 50 mm diameter) rotate flowers with broader lobes, with distinctly frilled (ruffled), emarginate lobe apices, large seeds (2-3 mm cf. (Year at time of access): Solanum aviculare var. Also naturalised overseas in Hawaii and western USA (i.e. If the plant is a cultivar, and if the cultivar's behavior differs from its parent's (behavior), explain how: These maps were built using a toolkit created in collaboration between GreenInfo Network, PlantRight, Cal-IPC, and Agricultural Sustainability Institute at UC Davis. All green parts of the plant are poisonous and so is the unripe fruit, but edible when fully ripe (PFAF). An exhaustive Google/Google Scholar search did not reveal any evidence of vegetative reproduction, and this defaults to a “no” answer at this time. Famous all over the world this fella is normally found all up the southern and eastern sides of Australia, Papua New Guinea, SE Asia, Indonesia, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, the Kermadecs and New Zealand. nud. Nightshade, another Solanaceae member, is poisonous like many other Solanacea members. A full nationwide conservation assessment is needed to clarify its exact status. - 173 230, India ABSTRACT Medicinal plants now a days are being cultivated in the fields to meet the increasing demand for pharmaceutical industries. Although the ripe orange fruits are sometimes eaten, the green berry fruits are poisonous, as are the leaves. California Invasive Species Advisory Committee, Information Center for the Environment, UC Davis. Government Printer, Wellington. 5. 3. > 15 : reject (high risk of invasiveness), ≥ 16 : valid (80% or more questions answered), ≤ 15 : invalid (not enough questions answered), Weeds of Australia Biosecurity Queensland Edition, Cal-IPC global map of climate areas matching California, CDFA's Division of Plant Health's Pest Ratings and Proposals, Invasive Species List and Scorecards for California, Germination studies of the seed of Solanum laciniatum Ait. Family Solanaceae Details L. rantonnetii is a lax, evergreen shrub producing clusters of lightly fragrant, purple-blue, funnel-shaped flowers in summer and autumn. Berry 15-25 mm long, broadly ovoid to ellipsoid, maturing yellow or orange, fleshy, pendent; stone cells sparse, inconspicuous. An exhaustive Google/Google Scholar search did not reveal any evidence of production of plants by fragments, and this is a terrestrial shrub that is unlikely to fragment, and this defaults to a “no” answer at this time. eastern Queensland, eastern New South Wales and Victoria), Lord Howe Island, Norfolk Island and New Zealand (Weeds of Australia Biosecurity Queensland Edition). High degree of climate overlap with California (Cal-IPC global map of climate areas matching California). Some 36 species of insects feed on the flowers of P. aviculare in California, USA (Bugg et al., 1987), 29 of which are entomophagous insects (for example, Geocoris); therefore, it has been suggested that P. aviculare could be used to improve biological control of insect pests on radishes, species of … aviculare, the yellow or green berries are poisonous but when ripe (orange) they lose much of their toxicity. http://keyserver.lucidcentral.org/weeds/data/media/Html/solanum_avicular... https://npgsweb.ars-grin.gov/gringlobal/taxonomydetail.aspx?100820; http://www.pfaf.org/user/Plant.aspx?LatinName=Solanum+aviculare; http://www.calflora.org/cgi-bin/species_query.cgi?where-calrecnum=7648; http://www.cnplx.info/nplx/species?taxon=Solanum+aviculare; http://www.invasiveplantatlas.org/subject.html?sub=41866; http://www.nzpcn.org.nz/flora_details.aspx?ID=2261; http://www.nzpcn.org.nz/flora_details.aspx?ID=2263; http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/112388/#b; https://www.business.qld.gov.au/industry/agriculture/species/non-declare... https://www.anbg.gov.au/poison-plants/S-poison.html; http://www.tradewindsfruit.com/content/kangaroo-apple.htm, California Invasive Plant Council (Cal-IPC). S. viarum major pest in FL and on watchlists in Queensland (Weeds of Australia Biosecurity Queensland Edition). Trade is probably the keystone to the problem of spread (Parker, 2000). It is important to answer at least 16 questions to consider a PRE Score as "valid". Note the eye spots and the egg burster, a T-shaped structure. It has become an economically significant pest under potato field and storage conditions in mid-elevated regions of the Andes (Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador); its status in Colombia is not well confirmed. de Lange 12 May 2006. Are the plant’s propagules frequently dispersed via contaminated seed (agriculture or wildflower packets), equipment, vehicles, boats or clothing/shoes? A member of the Solanaceae family, Solanum carolinense L. Propagation may be from seeds, which require no pre-treatment, or from cuttings taken from spring to autumn (Australian National Herbarium - CANBR). Is the species (or cultivar or variety) noted as being invasive in the US or world in a similar climate? It has been introduced commercially cultivated […] Sign up to receive information about Cal-IPC's upcoming events and project updates. (You can unsubscribe anytime. Species description. Blooms January - July (CalFlora) or June - October (Jepson), depending on the source referenced. Tolerant of heavy shade and full sun, and dry or wet soils but not frost. 18. Agric. Is the plant a health risk to humans or animals/fish? Another possibility is that the root was solare, meaning “to soothe,” or solamen, meaning “a comfort,” which would refer to the soothing effects of the plant upon ingestion. In our cold climate garden plants usually reach a maximum height of three metres. – New Zealand nightshade Subordinate Taxa. The yellow or green berries are poisonous but when ripe (orange) they lose much of their toxicity. Please cite as: de Lange, P.J. 2018 | Threatened – Nationally Vulnerable, 2012 | At Risk – Declining | Qualifiers: DP, Sp, TO, 2009 | At Risk – Declining | Qualifiers: DP, Sp, TO. Unfortunately, due to lack of control by farmers, as with Lantana, it is now declared here. Solanum laciniatum has been cultivated at the Australian National Botanic Gardens since 1969, with no frost damage or major pest or disease problems apparent. Co. Chapter). 10. It is indigenous to the Melbourne area, and can be found growing throughout the south-east of Australia. A member of the Solanaceae family, Solanum laciniatum Aiton is also known by its common name of Kangaroo Apple. Yes, I would like to receive emails from California Invasive Plant Council. albiflorum Cheeseman, Solanum cheesemanii Herasim., Solanum aviculare f. aviculare nom. In the South Island south to about Banks Peninsula and Westland. POISONOUS. However, as with all poroporo the green fruits are extremely toxic. Irian Jaya in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea), eastern Australia (i.e. Synonyms Solanum aviculare. 14. https://www.nzpcn.org.nz/flora/species/solanum-aviculare-var-aviculare/ (Date website was queried), © 2021 New Zealand Plant Conservation Network • Website by RS, National Vegetation Survey (NVS) Databank, Conservation status of New Zealand indigenous vascular plants, 2017, https://www.nzpcn.org.nz/flora/species/solanum-aviculare-var-aviculare/, Project 1 - Pohutukawa, Rata and Myrtaceae, Project 2 - Alpine flora and the Forget-Me-Nots, Project 4 - Podocarps and trees of the forest, Pros and cons of presence/absence surveys. and S. aviculare Forst. Solanum laciniatum is a evergreen shrub found in areas such as Australia. Click on the button below to mark this evaluation as "Reviewed". When inoculated artificially via whiteflies, TMoV can infect some tobacco species as well as the solanaceous weed Physalis and the legume Phaseolus (common bean). The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Insects. The Solanum family of plants is a large genus under the family umbrella of Solanaceae that includes up to 2,000 species, ranging from food crops, such as the potato and the tomato, to various ornamentals and medicinal species.The following entails interesting information about the Solanum genus and types of Solanum plants.. Information about Solanum Genus Kangaroo apple (Solanum aviculare) is regarded as an environmental weed in South Australia and Western Australia (Weeds of Australia Biosecurity Queensland Edition). A member of the Solanaceae family, Solanum aviculare is also sometimes referred to as New Zealand nightshade, giving us a clue as to the characteristics of the fruit. This seems sufficient evidence to answer "yes" to this question. Flora of New Zealand. Also naturalised overseas in Hawaii and western USA (i.e. The genus Solanum is the widest of the family Solanaceae (order Solanales) in subclass Asterideae of the Dicotyledons. S. viarum major pest in FL and on watchlists in Queensland (Weeds of Australia Biosecurity Queensland Edition). Interpreting Wetland Status. 1. Insects. Coastal to lowland (0-400 m a.s.l.). An exhaustive Google/Google Scholar search did not reveal any evidence of smothering or displacement of native plants, and this defaults to a “no” answer at this time. Is there significant germination (>25%) of seeds the next growing season, with no requirement of an infrequent environmental condition for seeds to germinate (i.e. Australian National Botanic Gardens, Centre for Australian National Biodiversity Research, Canberra, Australian National Herbarium. Does the plant produce impenetrable thickets, blocking or slowing movement of animals, livestock, or humans? latifolium G.T.S.Baylis by its consistently narrower leaves and taller growth habit. and S. aviculare Forst). Click on this link for more information about Poisonous native plants. As a fast-growing species, hardy in most soil types and conditions, except salt spray, S. laciniatum is ideally suited as a screen plant, in the understorey of a wind break, or for bank and erosion stabilisation. It is possible to grow the plant as an annual. Distributed via horticulture (Biological Invasions in New Zealand). Usually in open shrubland, in and around sea bird nesting grounds, seal haul outs, or along forest margins. latifolium G.T.S.Baylis; Description . All plants in this genus are toxic to some degree. In the South Island it is present in Nelson and Marlborough, and in coastal or near coastal areas of the Canterbury and Otago down to Dunedin. Naturalized in California (Jepson). Cultivation and Uses Seeds 1.3-2 mm long, dull to semi-glossy, orange-brown, purple-brown or dark purple brown, obovate to cricular or transversely elliptic, often asymmetric, compressed. A memberSolanum carolinense is a perennial found in areas such as South-eastern N. America - New England to Florida, west to Texas and South Dakota. These are followed by red berries ... Pests Prone to aphids and glasshouse red spider mites whilst under glass It can: 1. halve summer crop yields through direct competition 2. reduce winter crop yields by depleting soil moisture 3. invade pasture and reduce sub-clover growth 4. reduce annual pasture growth in autumn winter 5. poison stoc… The leaves are, 8–30 cm (3.1–12 in) long, lobed or entire, with any lobes being 1–10 cm (0.4–4 in) long. An exhaustive Google/Google Scholar search did not reveal any evidence of dispersal via these mechanisms and as this is a terrestrial plant with no morphological adaptations for wind dispersal, this defaults to a “no” answer at this time. Synonyms Solanum rantonnetii. Acari; ... Solanum aviculare (SOLAV) Menu. The evaluation establishes that seeds have high viability. fire) or long dormancy period? Is the species (or cultivar or variety) found predominately in a climate matching the region of concern? Kangaroo apple (Solanum aviculare) is regarded as an environmental weed in South Australia and Western Australia (Weeds of Australia Biosecurity Queensland Edition). Most are poisonous, but many bear edible fruits, leaves, or tubers, and the genus includes several cultivated species, including three major food crops: Tomatoes, Potatoes, and Eggplants. Click on this link for … Germinates in 2 - 3 weeks at 20°c (PFAF). New Zealand Plant Conservation Network. Seed - sow spring in a warm greenhouse. S. tangolias has a more restricted host range comprising of potato, tomato, sweet cucumber (Solanum muricatum Aiton), poroporo (Solanum aviculare G. Forst), kangaroo apple (Solanum laciniatum Aiton), black nightshade, and bell pepper. aviculare is becoming less common in the northern North Island though why is not clear. Are the plant’s propagules frequently dispersed long distance (>100 m) by mammals or birds or via domestic animals? Webb CJ, Sykes WR, Garnock-Jones PJ 1988. < 13 : accept (low risk of invasiveness)13 - 15 : evaluate further> 15 : reject (high risk of invasiveness). Also present on Norfolk (Extinct), Lord Howe (Extinct) and eastern Australia and New Guinea. 20. dedecla All Solanums are poisonous, containing solanine, including, tomatoes, chilies & potatoes, particularly green skinned, modified for human consumption. 16. Does this plant continuously produce seed for >3 months each year or does seed production occur more than once a year? Fig. The PRE Score is calculated by adding the point totals for each (answered) question. It is in leaf all year, in flower from July to October, and the seeds ripen from August to October. It has been observed that var. Species Description. Does this species (or cultivar or variety) reproduce and spread vegetatively? Fact Sheet prepared for the NZPCN by P.J. aviculare differs from var. Description by P.J. Click on this link for more information about Poisonous native plants. Assuming 20 seeds/fruit, this would be > 1000 seeds per plant. in parts of south-eastern and southern South Australia and in the coastal districts of south-western Western Australia). A cluster of eggs of green potato bug, Cuspicona simplex (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) laid on a leaf of poroporo, Solanum aviculare (Solanaceae). Solanum Species, Kangaroo Apple, New Zealand Nightshade, Slit-Leafed Nightshade Solanum laciniatum. 2. Solanum marginatum listed as having limited impact but already in CA (listed by CDFA) (Invasive Species List and Scorecards for California). 8. S. aviculare Forst., first mentioned by Forster (1786), belongs to the tribe Solanaeae from the section Archesolanum. solanum: Derivation uncertain - possibly from the Latin word sol, meaning “sun,” referring to its status as a plant of the sun. High degree of climate overlap with California (Cal-IPC global map of climate areas matching California). The berries are attractive to children (Australian National Botanic Gardens). Fruit yellow or orange, 15-25mm long. (Patrock & Schuster, 1992). Does the species (or cultivar or variety) commonly produce viable seed? Verma Department of Entomology, Dr. Y.S. Allan, H.H. 11. Solanum aviculare is an upright shrub that can grow up to 4 m (13 ft) tall. Propagate by seed (Trade Winds Fruits). TMoV is transmitted by whiteflies in the persistent manner. California and Oregon) (Weeds of Australia Biosecurity Queensland Edition). An exhaustive Google/Google Scholar search did not reveal any evidence of common poisoning or mortality or impacts on grazing systems, and this defaults to a “no” answer at this time. This native moth is found in New Zealand and mainland Australia where it’s two main native host plants, Solanum aviculare and S. laciniatum, occur.In New Zealand it is present throughout the North Island. A pest rating proposal is required to support its pest rating. 1961: Flora of New Zealand. Family: Solanaceae (so-lan-AY-see-ee) Genus: Solanum (so-LAN-num) Species: laciniatum (la-sin-ee-AY-tum) 6 members have or want this plant for trade. The fruit is up to 2cm long and contains a large number of flat seeds (PFAF). 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