A fruit growing wild on the Galapagos Islands was brought back by Amy Goldman when visiting their with her daughter. Carolyn Male had asked her to bring her some S. cheesmanii. When she saw red fruit, she contacted Dr. Chatelet at the TGRC and asked what species it might be and was informed that it was was a stable interspecies cross and not a true currant tomato. However it looks and tastes like a currant tomato. Carolyn planted seeds directly from the fruit and had them almost all germinate right away and was able to then save seeds for this variety.