Panaeolus Cyanescens Australia Spore Print
Embark on a fascinating journey into the microscopic realm of fungi with Spore Printers Panaeolus Cyanescens Australian Strain Spore Print. This product is an exceptional tool for anyone interested in the study of mycology, specifically the Panaeolus Cyanescens species native to Australia.
Each spore print is meticulously harvested from mature Panaeolus Cyanescens mushrooms, ensuring a rich, dense spore deposit. The vibrant, dark print provides a high-quality source of spores for microscopy studies, allowing you to examine the unique characteristics of this distinct Australian strain.
Known for its rapid growth and robust nature, the Panaeolus Cyanescens Australian Strain is a captivating subject of study. Our spore prints offer a reliable and accessible way to explore this intriguing species in detail, whether you’re a hobbyist mycologist or a professional researcher.
Our spore prints are prepared and packaged under sterile conditions to prevent contamination and preserve the spore’s viability. Each print is securely packaged in a sealed envelope to ensure it arrives in perfect condition.
Disclaimer: These spore prints are sold strictly for scientific, educational, and taxonomy purposes. The cultivation and possession of Panaeolus Cyanescens may be illegal in some jurisdictions. It is the buyer’s responsibility to understand and comply with their local laws and regulations.
Please Note: Due to the nature of this product, we cannot accept returns or exchanges. Please make your purchase decision carefully.
Explore the captivating world of mycology with our Panaeolus Cyanescens Australian Strain Spore Print. Your scientific exploration begins here!
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Panaeolus Cyanescens Australia Mushrooms
The Panaeolus Cyanescens Australia mushroom was first identified in the Kembla Grange in New South Whales, Australia. Its genetics are close to Subtropicalis, though the spora can be differentiated when inspected under a microscope. Fruiting bodies have light brown, convex to planing caps.
How are spore prints made?
- To take a spore print, cut the stem off a mushroom and place the cap gills-down on a piece of foil, paper, or an index card.
- Add a drop of water to help release the spores, then cover with another object like a paper cup or glass.
- Leave for 2-24 hours to allow spores to fall and create a spore print pattern.
- Be sure your work environment is completely sterile and free of contaminants.