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Capsicum - A genus of about ten species in tropical America; two species have become naturalised in Australia. Purdie et al. (1982); Symon (1981a).
Cestrum - A genus of about 250 species in central and south America; four species have become naturalised in Australia. Purdie et al. (1982).
Duboisia - A genus of four species in Australia and New Caledonia; four species occur naturally in Australia. Craven et al. (1995); Purdie et al. (1982).
Lycianthes - A genus of about 200 species, the majority of which occur in tropical America, with a few species in Asia to Australia. One species occurs naturally in mainland Australia, and one species on Christmas Island. Barker & Telford (1993).
Nicandra - A monotypic genus from Peru now naturalised in Australia. Purdie et al. (1982).
Nicotiana - A genus of 60-70 species mainly in South America but also found in North America, South Africa, Australia and islands in the South Pacific; 16 or 17 species occur naturally in Australia and two species have become naturalised. Purdie et al. (1982).
Physalis - A genus of about 100 species mainly in North and South America but with a few species also in Africa, Asia and Malesia, one species may occur naturally in Australia, while seven species have become naturalised. Purdie et al (1982); Symon (1981a).
Solanum - A genus of about 1500 species, cosmopolitan, mainly tropical and subtropical, particularly in Central and South America; 94 species occur naturally in Australia and a large number of species have become naturalised. Barboza et al. (2016); Bean (2004); Manoko et al (2007); Purdie et al. (1982); Symon (1981b); Symon & Clarkson (1985).
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Barker, R.M. & Telford, I.R.H. (1993). Flora of Australia 50: 336.
Bean, A.R. (2003). New combinations in Lycianthes (Dunal) Hassl. (Solanaceae) for New Guinea and Australia. Austrobaileya 6:567-569.
Bean, A.R. (2004). The taxonomy and ecology of Solanum subg. Leptostemonum (Dunal) Bitter (Solanaceae) in Queensland and far north-eastern New South Wales, Australia. Austrobaileya 6:639-816.
Craven, L.A., Lepschi, B.J. & Haegi, L.A.R. (1995). A new Australian species of Duboisia R. Br. (Solanaceae). Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 16:27-31.
Manoko. M.L.K. et al. (2007). AFLP markers support separation of Solanum nodiflorum from Solanum americanum sensu stricto (Solanaceae). Pl. Syst. Evol. 267: 1-11.
Purdie, R.W., Symon, D.E. & Haegi, L. (1982). Solanaceae. In 'Flora of Australia.' Vol. 29, (Australian Government Publishing Service: Canberra.), pp. 1-208.
Symon, D.E. (1981a). The Solanaceous genera, Browallia, Capsicum, Cestrum, Cyphomandra, Hyoscyamus, Lycopersicon, Nierembergia, Physalis, Petunia, Salpichroa and Withania, naturalised in Australia. Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 3:133-166.
Symon, D.E. (1981b). A revision of the genus Solanum in Australia. Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 4:1-367.
Symon, D.E. & Clarkson, J.R. (1985). The reinstatement of Solanum shanesii F. Muell. section Lycianthes (Solanaceae) with discussion of its significance. Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 7:201-206.