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bird pepper

(1) Cayenne, see there; Capsicum frutescens.
(2) Capsicum baccatum; ají. Peruvian hot pepper which has small, conical, coral-red fruit when ripe.
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baccatum the best lead as an insecticidal while, C. frutescens presented a better antifungal activity at high concentrations.
cf-c: sample control for bioassays with C frutescens; cf 0.1, cf 0.25, and cf 0.5 treatments of C. frutescens at concentrations of 0.1, 0.25, and 0.5 % respectively.
2) of Capsicum chinense PI260610 and C. frutescens PI439508 was not obviously affected by the presence or absence of a calyx constriction.
chinense and C. frutescens) of the complex into distinct groups based on analysis of waxy intron sequence polymorphisms.
annuum whereas those with pedicels frequently in pairs (or solitary) with corollas light greenish or greenish-white (or greenish-yellow) should be referred to as C. frutescens. They found corolla color to be the most consistent distinguishing feature of C.
chinense from C. frutescens is less obvious than a basis for the separation of either of these from C.
chinense as the species most closely related to C. frutescens. In their study, some collections of C.