Solanum chrysotrichum (Solanum hispidum sensu Stanley & Ross (1986))
Family SOLANACEAE Life Form Perennial shrub
Tall shrub 3-4 m high, densely hairy with stellate hairs (starshaped), young stems and petioles rusty-hairy;
Prickles usually sparse, slightly recurved.
Leaves broadly ovate, deeply lobed, upper leaf darker than underside, more densely hairy below.
Flowering parts branched, up to 50-flowered.
Flowers white, deeply incised.
Berry 10-15 mm diam., yellow or orange-yellow.
Autumn to spring
Rapidly invades disturbed sites, outcompetes native vegetation
Creek banks and disturbed sites
Seed, bird dispersed
Booyong, Turkey Creek, Wilsons Ck
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