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Red chili speciation is the process by which different varieties of red chili peppers are developed. There are many different factors that contribute to red chili speciation, including the environment, the genetic makeup of the plant, and human intervention. The environment plays a major role in red chili speciation. Different climates and growing conditions can produce different varieties of red chili peppers. For example, hot, dry climates are ideal for growing long, thin chili peppers, while warm, humid climates are ideal for growing short, fat chili peppers. The genetic makeup of the plant also plays a role in red chili speciation. Different varieties of red chili peppers have different genes, which can affect the size, shape, color, and heat level of the pepper. For example, the habanero pepper is a very hot pepper with a thin, wrinkled skin, while the poblano pepper is a mild pepper with a thick, smooth skin.