Here is the Capsicum lanceolatum pepper, Scoville Units: 0 to 600 SHU. After more than 50 years, the rare autochthonous species, Capsicum lanceolatum, of Mesoamerica was rediscovered in a virgin remnant of the Guatemala cloud forest. At all previous known locations C. lanceolatum was extirpated. Specific variation in flower and seed traits of the C. lanceolatum from the Biotopo el Quetzal population suggests it is a heretofore undiscovered population of this species. Open pollinated over 100 days.
Here is the Capsicum lanceolatum pepper, Scoville Units: 0 to 600 SHU. After more than 50 years, the rare autochthonous species, Capsicum lanceolatum, of Mesoamerica was rediscovered in a virgin remnant of the Guatemala cloud forest. At all previous known locations C. lanceolatum was extirpated. Specific variation in flower and seed traits of the C. lanceolatum from the Biotopo el Quetzal population suggests it is a heretofore undiscovered population of this species. Open pollinated over 100 days.
Here is the Capsicum lanceolatum pepper, Scoville Units: 0 to 600 SHU. After more than 50 years, the rare autochthonous species, Capsicum lanceolatum, of Mesoamerica was rediscovered in a virgin remnant of the Guatemala cloud forest. At all previous known locations C. lanceolatum was extirpated. Specific variation in flower and seed traits of the C. lanceolatum from the Biotopo el Quetzal population suggests it is a heretofore undiscovered population of this species. Open pollinated over 100 days.
Here is the Capsicum lanceolatum pepper, Scoville Units: 0 to 600 SHU. After more than 50 years, the rare autochthonous species, Capsicum lanceolatum, of Mesoamerica was rediscovered in a virgin remnant of the Guatemala cloud forest. At all previous known locations C. lanceolatum was extirpated. Specific variation in flower and seed traits of the C. lanceolatum from the Biotopo el Quetzal population suggests it is a heretofore undiscovered population of this species. Open pollinated over 100 days.

Capsicum lanceolatum

Capsicum lanceolatum

Here is the Capsicum lanceolatum pepper, Scoville Units: 0 to 600 SHU. After more than 50 years, the rare autochthonous species, Capsicum lanceolatum, of Mesoamerica was rediscovered in a virgin remnant of the Guatemala cloud forest. At all previous known locations C. lanceolatum was extirpated. Specific variation in flower and seed traits of the C. lanceolatum from the Biotopo el Quetzal population suggests it is a heretofore undiscovered population of this species. Open pollinated over 100 days.

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