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Panellus Stipticus (Bitter Oyster) Culture Plate


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Panellus Stipticus cultures are the perfect way for experienced users to cultivate at scale. However, we highly recommend you purchase our spore syringes or liquid culture syringes. If you are inexperienced, you will find the syringe method easier to keep free of contaminants.

  • One APanellus Stipticus Agar Culture Plate

Common Name: Bitter Oyster Mushroom, Luminescent Panellus

Genus: Panellus

Species: Panellus Stipticus

We recommend the Panellus stipticus liquid culture syringe for inexperienced mushroom enthusiasts to limit the possibility of contamination.

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Panellus Stipticus Culture Plate

Panellus Stipticus culture plates made with Spore Printers’ choice genetics. Agar mushroom culture plates are the perfect way to make your own liquid cultures. If you grow at scale, culture plates may be the best option. Basic lab skills are required for working with culture plates to avoid contamination.

What are the benefits of using agar plates for mushrooms?

  • Agar plates make it easier to detect contamination prior to use
  • Culture plates can grow tissue, making it easy to isolate genetic traits
  • Store specimens for as long as 6 months

Bitter Oyster Mushrooms

Bitter Oysters are a widely distributed bioluminescent mushroom species. They grow in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Strains from eastern North America produce the most light. Bitter Oyster fruit bodies are not toxic but as a result of their bioluminescence, they taste terrible.

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