heat Hottest Thai pepper?

Prik Ki Nu are much bigger then 1cm pods (they aren't huge but they certainly aren't that tiny) Prik Ki Nu by all accounts is more likely number 3 (ntenny) on your list then number 4

Note to self: Don't mess with Thai rats! :-)

Is there a standard name for the little _frutescens_-looking ones, then? I've seen them called "Thai sun" as well as "Thai hot", the ones I have were sold as just "Thai", I've seen other peppers called "Thai sun", and no two sources agree about which names go with which species, let alone which cultivars. Does anyone have the answer sheet? Maybe a key to the Thai names, which seem like they should be unambiguous?