Solanum antalaha D'Arcy & Rakot.
Solanum apocynifolium Baker
Solanum clerodendroides Hutch. & Dalziel
Solanum marojejy D'Arcy & Rakot.
Solanum nitens Baker
Solanum madagascariense is an unarmed, sparsely-branched, climbing or scrambling shrub. The young stems are erect or flexuous[
The plant is sometimes harvested from the wild for local medicinal use.
Although providing many well-known foods for people, including the potato, tomato, pepper and aubergine, most plants in the family Solanaceae also contain poisonous alkaloids. Unless there are specific entries with information on edible uses, it would be unwise to ingest any part of this plant[
Africa - central and eastern Madagascar.
Humid and subhumid forest; sometimes found on disturbed vegetation by the roadside; at elevations from sea level to 1,500 metres[
A very variable plant[
The grated bark is applied as a plaster to wounds[
]. The bark sap is applied to bruises[
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