Solanum pygmaeum Cav.

pygmaeus,-a,-um; from Gr. pygmaios (from pygme, fist, or the length from elbow to fist, i.e. the forearm), The Pygmaioi (pygmies) were a tribe of diminutive humans in Greek mythology: hence dwarf, small, depressed, minute

Icon. 5: 23 (1799)
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    Solanum pygmaeum Cav.
    A.J. Cavanilles, Icones et descriptiones plantarum, vol. 5: t. 439, fig. 2 (1799) [A.J. Cavanilles]

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