Magic Mushroom Spore Print Leucistic Burma

Leucistic Burma psilocybe cubensis magic mushroom spore print

The Leucistic Burma is an isolation of the Burma cubensis strain that lacks pigmentation. The Leucistic Burma mushrooms are grey-white with a blue tint in color, and often a blue spot on the cap. Some even call the color of the mushroom lavender-white or golden-white.

Leucistic Burma cubenis strain is a fast colonizer, fast grower and will please you flush after flush.

The original Burma psilocybe cubensis strian was isolated bij John Allen, but were this Leucistic form comes from is a mystery. This strain is Leucistic, meaning there is a loss of pigment in the fruit flesh, showing pale-white traits but still has dark spores.

Leucistic Burma psilocybe cubensis is a great strain to add to your collection

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Product Description

General information about the Leucistic Burma Psilocybe Cubensis strain:

  • Origin: Unknown / Burma.
  • Caps: Size mm, white to light brown.
  • Stem: 35-60 mm, Turns blue when touched.
  • Spore: Dark brown.1.5–17 x 8–11 µm, subellipsoid, basidia 4-spored
  • Substrate: Brown Rice Flour, PF Tek, Rye grain.

Comment: Multiple origin stories naming different "Online mycologist" from who the print was obtained.

Temperature during colonization: 28 – 30 C

Temperature during cropping: 22 – 26 C

How to store a mushroom spore print

The mushroom Spore prints are made on sterile foil which is stored in sterile ziplock bag and kept under refrigerated conditions. Store Spore Spore pntri refrigerated between 2*C-8*C Celsius or 35*F-46*F Fahrenheit. A mushroom Spore print can be stored for years.

Additional Info
Additional Info
Productcode MCS.SPPRI.014-LBUR
Weight (KG) 0.0005
Species Psilocybe cubensis
Potency Average / High
Difficulty Easy
Origin N/A
Not shipped to: No known restrictions, Non EU countries
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