LA 2 the Bay said:
Where may one obtain some wild seeds
The best place in the US that i know of is Pepperlover.com. By 'best', i speak of seed quality, varieties available, and customer service.
Viewing others' comments, i gather that seed freshness is a particularly important issue with wild Capsicums, and that Pepperlover is also the best in regard to that particular aspect of seed quality, too.
Your next-best choice would probably be Semillas.de -- this is the address for the German-speaking version of Semillas La Palma's website. The English version has less selection, omitting most wild chinenses. He's comparable in all other criteria, but you need to consider that he's outside your country, thus you need to go through paperwork to import the seeds.
This firm carries a few varieties that Pepperlover doesn't (the reverse also holds true), including Aji Charapita and 'Wild Brazil'.
I corresponded with Pepperlover.com last year... i was told that the wild chinenses were about as easy to germinate as the domestic ones. Please note that many wild chinenses have quite tiny seeds. More cautious sowing and watering are needed, and one forum member suggested using a finer grade of seedling mix in another thread.
Research wild strains and species as thoroughly as you can -- this forum is a particularly good database -- before you order. Some don't even taste like peppers. Some are very hard to germinate (ie.: apparently, Capsicum galapagoense is quite difficult). Some taste very good... "peppery", but different from domestic peppers.
Ask some of the forum members who've actually grown them (i haven't...yet).