Working on that now. Getting in touch with my contacts in Sri Lanka and sending them on a mission to put a name to 2 of the 3 varieties I brought back from there, including this one. Stay tuned.
edit: ok, dove deep and found out some more interesting information. Long story short, in the 1970's and 1980's there was a major leaf curl issue going on in Sri Lanka and there was a big push by the DOA to get all the villages to start breeding hybrids that have been made from the same main green/red annum chili used for drying. The official DOA names for the hybrids in this project range from "MI 1, MI 2, KA 2, Galkiriyagama, and most recently MICH3 (which I believe is the one I like the most and the one I refer to as "pheno 2".
You see when I grabbed these pods, I took them from wherever I ran across them. Sometimes restaurants, markets, off the ground in town. Some were longer, some shorter, but all pretty much the same. Guess what...everyone just called it "chili"!!! And aside from official articles by their DOA naming hybrids, there aren't any other names other than "chili". If you went up to cultivator working MI1 field in Sri Lanka, they'd just say "this is chili" same with a farmer in MI2 field and so on....what we are looking at is.......
Now if you guys want to call it MI1,2,MICH3, 456789er KA bla bla bla...be my guest, suit yourself! All I know is its GOOOD.
As and aside I also found out the names of the other two chili I brought back from there.
The "banana" one is HCA-01/Puna Miris
The "Cobra" one is Nai Miris
Here is some further reading on the matter: