Bluey Vuitton – Isolated Plate
Bluey Vitton has a history that starts circa 2014. This variety is a Hybrid born and “worked” originally by “Silly Cybin”. Bluey Vuitton is a hybrid of Panama X Melmac PE.
In 2014 “Silly Cybin” was in Santa Cruz CA, hanging out near the beach when he encountered a man who seemed to be a traveling transient. They got into conversation about many things from quantum physics to living at Jerry Garcias house. He explained to “Silly Cybin” that he had chocolates of a mushroom he found on his travels in Panama. He claimed they were the best and gave “Silly” a foil spore print he took from his pocket. The print looked like you would imagine a foil spore print would look after traveling in ones pocket for who knows how long, crumpled up. Perhaps a little doubtful, “Silly” went ahead and decided to cultivate these Panama’s. To his surprise they were amazing, and the spores were clean.
“Silly” went back to the beach to try and find the fellow. No luck at the beach, but he ended up bumping into him at a local Falafel shop! They chatted a bit and the traveler mentioned he had a Melmac PE he wanted to share. Upon sharing spores of his Melmac, he explained to “Silly” his time was up and he was heading north to Klamath falls OR. And just like that the man was gone.
When Silliy Cybin got to work on the Melmac spores mainly because of how impressed he was by Panama. The Melmac’s were totally contaminated, and nothing ended up surviving. In a last effort to find his new traveling friend, he headed back to the falafel shop in hopes he’d see him along the way. He never found him again, and to this day has no idea what the man’s name was. “Silly” went into the falafel shop and the lady working told him the man left something for him. The traveler left more spores, and in time this batch of PE Melmac were good to go.
Sometime down the line “Silly” was working on some hybrid projects and managed to cross the travelers Panama X Melmac PE and Bluey Vuitton was born. Although Blue Vuitton is not a brand new genetic and has floated around the underground network of mycelium nerds. We are happy to have had a chance to work with this beautiful genetic as it has shown some awesome variables in look and production.
Gill formation – Gills typically are medium to large, wide range of formation. Likely to have available gills for spore production.
Microscopy features – Purplish brown spores and albino. Spore measure 7 x 12 micrometers. This variety 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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