||Name in tomato monograph
(Peralta et al., in preparation for publication in
Systematic Botany Monographs)
||Solanum juglandifolium Dunal
||Lycopersicon juglandifolium (Dunal) J.M.H. Shaw
||In montane forests from central Colombia (Cordillera Central and Occidental)
to S Peru (Dept. Apurimac); 1900-4100 m.
||Solanum ochranthum Dunal
||Lycopersicon ochranthum (Dunal) J.M.H. Shaw
||Usually a plant of open areas and roadsides or the edges of forest clearings; NE
Colombia (Department of Santander) to S Ecuador in all three Cordilleras;
1200-3100 m, sometimes occurring in páramo in S Ecuador.
||Solanum sitiens I.M. Johnst.
||Lycopersicon sitiens (I.M. Johnst.) J.M.H. Shaw
||On the W Andean slopes in N Chile from 2350-3500 m, on rocky hillsides and dry quebradas.
||Solanum lycopersicoides Dunal
||Lycopersicon lycopersicoides (Dunal in DC.) A. Child ex J.M.H. Shaw
||S Peru to N Chile on the W slopes of the Andes on dry rocky hillsides,
2900-3600 m elevation.
||Solanum pennellii Correll
||Lycopersicon pennellii (Correll) D'Arcy
||N Peru (Piura) to N Chile (Tarapaca) in dry rocky hillsides and sandy areas from sea level to 3000 m.
||Solanum habrochaites S. Knapp & D.M Spooner
||Lycopersicon hirsutum Dunal
||In a variety of forest types, from premontane forests to dry forests on the
western slopes of the Andes from Central Ecuador to Central Peru, ca. 500-2500 m elevation.
||Solanum 'N peruvianum' to be described by Peralta
(4 geographic races: humifusum, lomas, Marathon, Chotano-Yamaluc)
||Part of Lycopersicon peruvianum (L.) Miller (incl. var.humifusum and Marathon races)
||Coastal and in inland Andean valleys in N Peru, from ca. 100 to 2500 m.
Occurs in lomas, dry quebradas and dry rocky slopes.
||Solanum 'Callejon de Huaylas' to be described by Peralta
||Part of Lycopersicon peruvianum (L.) Miller (from Ancash, alogn Río Santa)
||On the rocky slopes of the Callejón de Huaylas along the Río Santa in the
Department of Ancash, Peru and in the adjacent Río Fortaleza drainage; from 1700-3000 m.
||Solanum neorickii D.M. Spooner, G.J. Anderson & R.K. Jansen
||Lycopersicon parviflorum C.M. Rick, Kesicki, Fobes & M. Holle
||S Peru (Department of Apurimac) to S Ecuador (Department of Azuay) in
dry interAndean valleys from 1950-2600 m. Often found trailing over rocky banks and roadsides.
||Solanum chmielewskii (C.M. Rick, Kesicki, Fobes & M. Holle)
D.M. Spooner, G.J. Anderson & R.K. Jansen
||Lycopersicon chmeilewskii C.M. Rick, Kesicki, Fobes & M. Holle
||In high dry Andean valleys from the Department of Apurimac in
S Peru to Sorata in N Bolivia, from 2300-2880 m elevation.
||Solanum corneliomuelleri J.F. Macbr. (1 geographic race: Misti nr. Arequipa)
||Part of Lycopersicon peruvianum (L.) Miller; also known as Lycopersicon glandulosum C.F. Mull.
||Middle to higher elevations on the W slope of the Andes from central (near Lima) to S Peru,
occasionally occurs on lower slopes on the edges of landslides (huaycos) towards the S part
of the species range; (400)1000-3000 m.
||Solanum peruvianum L.
||Lycopersicon peruvianum (L.) Miller
||In lomas formations and occasionally in coastal deserts from central Peru to N Chile,
sea level to 600 m. Occasionally occurs as a week at field edges in coastal river valleys.
||Solanum chilense (Dunal) Reiche
||Lycopersicon chilense Dunal
||On the W slope of the Andes from the Department of Tacna in S Peru to N Chile,
in hyper-arid rocky plains and coastal deserts from sea level to 2000 m.
||Solanum cheesmaniae (L. Riley) Fosberg
||Lycopersicon cheesmaniae L. Riley (published as cheesmanii -
incorrectly as Evelyn Cheesman, the collector of the type specimen, was a woman)
||Endemic to the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador from sea level to 500 m.
||Solanum galapagense S. Darwin & Peralta
||Part of Lycopersicon cheesmaniae L. Riley (previously known as forma or var. minor
||Endemic to the Galápagos Islands, particularly the western and southern islands,
mostly occurring on coastal lava to within 1 m of high tide mark within range
of sea spray (strongly salt tolerant) but also occasionally inland, for
example on volcano slopes on Isabela and Fernandina.
||Solanum lycopersicum L.
||Lycopersicon esculentum Miller
||Known only form cultivation or escapes; world wide in a variety of habitats.
||Solanum pimpinellifolium L.
||Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium (L.) Miller
||Apparently native to coastal areas from central Ecuador to central Chile, 0-500 m.