|Common Name(s)||Monte ch’ogue, Monte phureja|
|Synonyms||S. capsicibaccatum, S. circaefolium, S. soestii|
|Clade||Neocardenasii (Spooner 2018)|
||Unknown (BB or PP?)|
|Cytoplasm Type||W (Hosaka 2014)|
Solanum stipuloideum is a wild potato species native to northwest and central Bolivia. Primarily a woodland species, growing in moist soils (Ochoa 2004). Leaves nearly simple, with just a few small, interjected leaflets. Plants about 12 to 18 inches tall. White flowers. Berries long and pointed.
S. stipuloideum and its close relative S. neocardenasii appear to be the closest South American relatives to the North American wild potato species (Spooner 2018).
This species can survive frosts down to 26 degrees F (-3.5 C) (Li 1977, as S. capsibaccatum). Vega (1995) found that this species (as S. circaefolium) is about as frost tolerant as domesticated potato.
Pelletier (1999) observed that this species does not bear glandular trichomes as S. berthaultii does, but deters Colorado potato beetle similarly, and suggested that it probably produces semiochemicals that are responsible for the deterrence.
|Condition||Level of Resistance||Source|
|Late Blight||Somewhat Resistant||Machida-Hirano 2015 (as S. circaefolium)|
|Wart||Somewhat Resistant||Machida-Hirano 2015 (as S. circaefolium)|
|Colorado Potato Beetle||Somewhat Resistant||Machida-Hirano 2015 (as S. circaefolium), Pelletier 1999 (as S. capsibaccatum)|
|Aphids||Somewhat Resistant||Machida-Hirano 2015 (as S. circaefolium)|
|Potato Cyst Nematode||Somewhat Resistant||Machida-Hirano 2015 (as S. circaefolium)|
|Root Knot Nematode||Somewhat Resistant||Machida-Hirano 2015 (as S. circaefolium)|
Crosses with S. tuberosum
|S. tuberosum||S. stipuloideum (as S. capsibaccatum and S. circaefolium)||Minimal||Moderate||Jackson (1999)|
|S. stipuloideum (as S. capsibaccatum and S. circaefolium)||S. tuberosum||None||None||Jackson (1999)|
Crosses with other species