Albino Bluey Vuitton – Spore Swab
An Albino Bluey was discovered during a Multispore hunt and underwent three generations of spore selection to stabilize its albino trait. Despite being slightly slower than most strains, this culture has exhibited strong performance over time. Its specimens are particularly noteworthy for their impressive size, making the wait well worth it.
In 2014, the hybrid strain Bluey Vitton emerged through the efforts of Silly Cybin, originating from a crossing of Panama and Melmac PE strains. Silly Cybin first encountered the Panama strain from a traveling stranger in Santa Cruz, California, who gifted him a foil spore print. Though initially skeptical, Silly Cybin successfully cultivated the Panama strain and found it to be of exceptional quality. Silly Cybin attempted to reconnect with the stranger, who had also mentioned a Melmac PE strain, but was unable to do so until he discovered more spores left for him at a local falafel shop. Despite initial contamination issues with the Melmac PE, Silly Cybin persevered and eventually succeeded in cultivating the strain. Later on, Silly Cybin crossed the Panama and Melmac PE strains, resulting in the creation of Bluey Vitton. While not a brand new genetic, Bluey Vitton is prized for its unique appearance and production variables within the underground mycelium community.
Gill formation – Gills typically are medium to large, wide range of formation. Likely to have available gills for spore production.
Microscopy features – albino. Spore measure 7 x 12 micrometers. This variety Albino Bluey Vuitton does not typically discharge spores. But has dropped spores from time to time. Germination of spores will often be observed having clamp connections and fine feathered mycelium. Microscopes and magnification equipment is recommended for viewing microscopic features.
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Spores intended for microscopy, taxonomy and novelty purposes only. Informational and educational reference only and originate from cultivators and labs outside the US. Cultivation of this species is illegal in many countries including the United States. Please check your local regulations.
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