Cabo Amarillo – Spore Swab – Landrace variety
This came as a gift to me along with a few other wild puerto rican spores hailing from the Cabo Rojo region. This has currently been ran to a GEN 2 LANDRACE. This isolation has shown some very quick unique traits.
The Amarillo is absolutely true to its name, although this didn’t drop more than a single spore print. I am offering a monoculture of this fine specimen for further research to be done by the microscopy community.
Mushroom Spore swabs are sterile cotton swabs that contain spores for microscopy use only.
Strain origin – Found Wild by community member in Puerto Rico, region of Cabo Rojo, and called AMARILLO for its obvious features. It is said that Cabo Rojo obtained its name by the considerable amount of minerals in its coasts that made the waters look reddish. Cabo means headland and rojo, means the color red. Located in the southwest corner of Puerto Rico, Cabo Rojo is surrounded by miles and miles of beaches.
Gill formation – Gills typically are medium to large, wide range of formation. Very low spore production observed, potential transitional to albino is possible.
Microscopy features – Purplish brown spores. Spore messure 7 x 12 micrometers. 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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