Solanum dimorphispinum C.T.White
White, C.T. (1939) Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland 50: 82. Type: Queensland, Mount Spurgeon, Sept. 1936, C.T. White 10619; holo: BRI.
Usually flowers and fruits as a weak-stemmed shrub or scrambler about 2-5 m tall.
Curved spines about 5 mm long usually present on the twigs. Straight spines about 7-9 mm long sometimes present on the petioles and both the upper and lower surfaces of the leaf blade. Petioles and underside of the leaf blade densely clothed in stellate hairs. These stellate hairs lack a large vertical central spine. Leaf blades about 8.5-17 x 3.7-10 cm. Upper surface of the leaf blade sparsely clothed in stellate hairs. Petiole grooved or channelled on the upper surface. Leaves sometimes produced in pairs but both leaves appear to be on the same side of the twig.
Cotyledons lanceolate, about 6-7 x 3 mm on long petioles about 4 mm long. First pair of leaves alternate, ovate, clothed in scattered simple and stellate hairs, petioles long and slender. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf blade margin very coarsely toothed or lobed. Stem, petiole and both the upper and lower surfaces of the leaf blade clothed in stellate hairs and straight spines. Seed germination time 12 to 19 days.