Thank you Jennifer.
The plant on the left is Baud's Abicou and the one on the right came from my Spanish friend. It's the one that he calls Abacau or Colar d'Albetera. Both grown in same-sized container right beside each other. Both receive the same amount of water, fertilizer and etc. You can see they both have the same exact leaf pattern and have the same exact growth. That is why I believe they all the same variant but with different names. Like many other fig cultivators that go by different names but they are all one variant.
Regarding your question;
I do not know anything about the origin (where it's being grown) of the fig in Bass's photo. But I know this- CLIMATE will have different impacts on the shape, size, color and the ripening order of figs, as well some other fruiting plants. For example- my Vlassoff fig produces rounded, light purple-colored fruits for me. I share this variant with a friend in Sicily, Italy, there it has been producing all Black-colored figs with cracks all over its skin. For me it has never produced any Black figs, nor its fruit has any skin-cracks. Another example, my LSU Black in Southern Spain has a very long neck, it also ripen its main crop few weeks ahead of what my plant here in Zone 6.
So, expecting two different fig plants, being same cultivator, grown in two different climates (one grown in a zone having very hot and arid summers vs. another plant grown somewhere where the summers are either too short or not too hot) to produce figs of the exact same color or shape, is a bit unrealistic.
Joann, thank you for your guidance. I have uploaded photos on the forum many times, but I now I am using a new operating system where I am not very familiar with. I will practice uploading more photos :)