Origin: Yangoon, Burma
Caps: Reddish cinnamon brown to golden brown. Dark at the top to light almost white to the edge of the cap. Size 25-50+ mm
Stem: 40-150 + mm, White yellow color. Turns blue when touched.
Spore: Dark purple brown.1.5–17 x 8–11 µm, subellipsoid, basidia 4-spored
Substrate: Brown Rice Flour, PF Tek, Rye grain. Also Dung, Straw and compost
Trivia: John W. Allen got the first specimen of this psilocybe cubensis variation from a student in Burma. According to Mushroom John he did only one grow of Burma mushrooms. All Burma spores can be traced back to that grow.mushroom spores
The Burma spore prints are made on sterile foil which is put away in sterile ziplock pack and held under refrigerated conditions. Every spore print can have a small scratch of spores eliminated from the print. With this swab a trial on agar or fluid culture is made to check the states of the spores. Just spores that develop are delivered as a print.
Store the Burma Spore print refrigerated between 2*C-8*C Celsius or 35*F-46*F Fahrenheit. A mushroom spore print can be put away for years.mushroom spores