Hi there, so I've doing research into the regions where certain Andean chinense varieties that originate from within Peru and Bolivia. I've noticed a pattern where aji limo/limon type peppers, including Aji Cajamarca and Scarlet Lantern, and others, appear to originate from these areas. These varieties also seem to be well suited to northern, mountainous and/or oceanic climates. Beni Highlands may be in following with that pattern. Another variety that is well suited to the West coast of Canada is the Peruvian White habanero, and yet, I can't find any information on what region of Peru it comes from. If anyone knows, please fill me in. I've done some research into this, and all I can find is that it's from Peru. I suspect that this variety, as well as the Yellow Jellybean hail from mid-elevation areas west of the Andes, much like the Limon/Limo varieties. Although, I could be wrong. It be nice if there was an internet based resource that showed maps of the specific areas of origin for all these varieties, with ranges superimposed over google-maps, or something. Does such a website already exist?