Leucistic Burma – Spore print
Mushroom Spore swabs are sterile cotton swabs that contain spores for microscopy use only. Spore prints are mushroom spores collected to foil, glass and preserved for genetic collections.
Strain origin – The Burma strain originates from Southeastern Asia in its namesake, Burma, a country between Thailand and India.
- Gill formation – Gills typically are medium to large, wide range of formation. Likely to have available gills for spore production.
- Microscopic features – Purplish brown spores. Spores measure 7 x 12 micrometers. This variety Leucistic Burma cubensis discharges spores during sporulation, however, it has taken on leucistic characters and coloration. Spores can be printed to be observed under magnification. Germination of spores will often be observed having clamp connections and fine feathered mycelium. Microscopes and magnification equipment are recommended for viewing microscopic features
- Rare varieties of psilocybe cubensis will be retired in the Genetic Vault. Check out the Vault for more unique collectable varieties! Affiliated mycology businesses that offer lab equipment and tools visit basmycology.com
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. California, Idaho, and Georgia resident Orders requesting Psilocybe Genera Spores shipped to California, Idaho, and Georgia will be refused.