Albino Penis Envy Spore Syringe: A Hybrid Marvel
Embark on an unparalleled journey into the fascinating realm of fungi with our Albino Penis Envy Spore Syringe. Suspended in a 10cc aqueous solution, these spores provide a unique opportunity to delve into a hybrid strain that has both puzzled and amazed mycologists.
Strain Origin: A Novel Hybrid
The Albino Penis Envy is not just another strain; it’s a varietal hybrid of the PF Albino and Penis Envy strains of Psilocybe cubensis. This unique lineage sets it apart as a subject of both scientific interest and mycological curiosity.
Habitat and Climate: Where It Flourishes
This intriguing strain is native to subtropical climates and thrives in bovine, equine dung, and enriched soils. These specific conditions contribute to its unique attributes and make it a compelling subject for study.
The Cap: An Unusual Phenomenon
The cap of this strain is a mycological enigma. Measuring over 20 mm in diameter, it is campanulate and white, often displaying bluish tones and bruising bluish-green. Interestingly, the caps do not develop normally and have diminished spore production, adding to its mystique.
The Stem: A Complex Structure
The stem of the Albino Penis Envy is another feature that captures attention. Ranging from 60-100 mm in length, it is often contorted and bulbous near the middle. The pure white flesh bruises bluish when injured. While there’s no persistent annulus, an annular zone can often be distinguished on the stem’s surface.
Gills and Spores: A Study in Rarity
The gills are adnate to adnexed and are very close, yet underdeveloped. They start as white and age to blue-grey in extreme age. The spores are few and transparent, subellipsoid on 4-spored basidia, and white in deposit. Their scarcity makes them all the more intriguing.
Why Choose Albino Penis Envy?
If you’re looking to explore a strain that offers a blend of visual intrigue and scientific complexity, the Albino Penis Envy Spore Syringe is for you. Its hybrid nature and unique features make it a must-have for anyone passionate about mycology. However, supplies are limited due to poor spore production, making it a rare find.
While these spores are designed for microscopy and educational purposes, they must be handled with care. Always adhere to safety guidelines to ensure a secure and enlightening experience.