Panaeolus cyanescens Hawaiian strain is one of our favorites, although you cant go wrong with any one of our cyanescens strains. In the wild, these spores can produce beautiful and majestic mushrooms. As with most Panaeolus species, they do not get large, but make up for their lack of size in other ways, substantially.
Cap: 1.5-4 cm broad, bell-shaped to convex; surface smooth or sometimes cracked, not viscid, brown when moist, fading to grayish or whitish as it dries; margin often wavy or split in age. Flesh thin, bruising blue or bluish-green.
Spore print: black; spores 12-14 x 8-11 microns, elliptical, smooth
Bruising: blue or blue-green
Gills: adnate to adnexed or seceding, gray to black, the faces usually mottled.
Stipe: 6-12 cm long, 2-4 mm thick, equal or with a slight bulb at base, usually long and slender, smooth, pallid to yellowish, grayish, or pinkish, the base brownish or tinged flesh-color; bruising bluish at least somewhat when handled.
Mycelium: Linear to cottony mycelia; white to off-white
Please take note of our policy: All of our mushroom spores that we offer for sale are strictly for microscopy/taxonomy/collection use only. If we suspect that your intent is to use these items for any other purpose, we will deny, void, and ignore all messages/orders from you. Cultivation of this species is illegal in the united states, and many other countries at this time.