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Could you guys help me ID these?

Hello guys! I'm new here and a fairly new pepper lover from brazil! 
 
So the first one my cousin got from somewhere and neither of us know what variety it is
Here it is:

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Pics 1 and 2 are the same pod. 
As you can see Its skin is not as smooth as a habanero and it gets brown-ish or chocolaty-ish on the top before it gets red
There are no other pepper plants near it for possible cross polinating
 
This second picture contains some varieties that I got from a local market as a pack, so it says "mixed varieties" and do not specify any of them.

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So what I think these are: 
1- Orange Habanero
2- Chocolate Habanero
3- Red Murupi (a common variety in brazil)
4- Banana (?)
5- Red Habanero
6- Brazilian Ghost or same as next
7- 7 Pot Douglah
8- I have no idea and I think there is a murupi mixed there
9- regular chilli? feels kinda heavy, like a jalapeño
10- Jalapeño
11- no clue at all and not sure if all are the same variety


Thank you all for your time! I apreciate it!
 
Seems like you got most of them as well or better than I could guess. Number 8 looks like some sort of Aji, or
I got no idea on the first pepper, though.

But welcome to THP! Sit down, and stay a while.

And dude! I'm so jealous of you that you can just pick up a mixed pack of peppers like that at your local market!

Over here, the most you can get at the grocery store is jalapeños, Habaneros, maybe serranos and Thais. And Manzanos at the Hispanic market.
 
Any heat in #11? The few farthest to the left look a lot like the Trinidad Perfume (no heat) pods I grew last year. Further to the right of that same pile, the shape changes pretty drastically though
 
tctenten said:
Welcome to THP

9. Looks like a Serrano to me.
11. Looks like a Scotch Bonnet.
Thanks! Yeah, looks like those are indeed serrano and scotch bonnet! thank you!
 
 
 
Jubnat said:
Seems like you got most of them as well or better than I could guess. Number 8 looks like some sort of Aji, or
I got no idea on the first pepper, though.

But welcome to THP! Sit down, and stay a while.

And dude! I'm so jealous of you that you can just pick up a mixed pack of peppers like that at your local market!

Over here, the most you can get at the grocery store is jalapeños, Habaneros, maybe serranos and Thais. And Manzanos at the Hispanic market.
Thanks! I'm pretty sure I'll be staying here for a while Hahah
So it seems like my local market got those peppers from the largest agriculture market in brazil and just re-sells it! I guess I was lucky Hahah
 
 
 
MikeUSMC said:
Any heat in #11? The few farthest to the left look a lot like the Trinidad Perfume (no heat) pods I grew last year. Further to the right of that same pile, the shape changes pretty drastically though
I'm pretty sure they are all the same pepper although they are pretty different in shape
I just tried the roundest one in the #11 pile (the one alone in the right) and it was really hot, I think it was hotter than the orange habanero in the same picture, I can't really tell for sure tho. So.. Scotch Bonnets? Hahah
Thanks!
 
 
 
willard3 said:
9  and 10 are both Xalapeños
I thought so too but 9 is way too hotter than 10 to both be jalapeños I guess... But thanks!!
 
So I just got those as a gift from that same local market's owner. It was sold to her as Carolina Reapers:
 
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These are the ones that most look like reapers, there are some others that came together but I separated them. I've already collected the seeds from these two pods
 
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