Devil's apple (Solanum linnaeanum)

Devil's apple (Solanum linnaeanum)

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Caption: Devil's apple (Solanum linnaeanum syn Solanum sodomaeum) fruit. The poisonous fruits appear in late summer, initially looking very much like unripe tomatoes. They turn gradually from green to bright yellow (in winter) and eventually black (in spring). The devil's apple is native to southern Africa, but has become an invasive species in other countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii and other Pacific Islands where it has been introduced. Photographed on the Troia Peninsula, Portugal.

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