Baeocystis Spore Print
The Baeocystis Spore Print is made on sterile foil which is stored in sterile ziplock bag and kept under refrigerated conditions. Each spore print can have a tiny scratch of spores removed from the print. With this swab a test run on agar or liquid culture is made to check the conditions of the spores. Only spores that germinate are released as a print.
Store the this spore print refrigerated between 2*C-8*C Celsius or 35*F-46*F Fahrenheit. A mushroom Spore print can be stored for years.
General information about the this spore print: Origin: Unknown, possibly USA Cap: 20-50 mm, Brow to Golden (yellow) brown when the mushroom matures, Stem: 40-125 mm, medium of large in size, bruises green blue when touched Spores: Dark purple brown, 11.5-17 x 8-11 pm, sub ellipsoid, basidia 4-spored Substrate: PF Tek and BRF, Rye grain, Straw and Dung
Microscopic features Baeocystis Spore Print
Baeocystis Spore Print are dark purplish-brown when deposited, elliptical in front or asymmetrically elliptical (mango-shaped) in profile, and measure (8.5) 9.5–13.7 (17) × (5 ) 5.5 to 6.6 (7.1) μm. Basidios are tetraspores and pleural cystidia are absent. Cairocystidia are 20–30(40) x 4.5–6(9) μm, fused bodies with thin necks. This species is very similar to the subtropical Psilocybe aztecorum and Psilocybe quebecensis, and has caps that also turn white when dry.
Habitat and distribution
Baeocystis Spore Print occurs singly until thespitosis and is scattered in large numbers in ground bark, wood chips, peat moss, rotting coniferous mulch, sometimes lawns, meadows and rarely coniferous forests. Often seen growing under plants such as rhododendrons and rose bushes in mulched garden beds, and sometimes he grows among other his Psilocybe species such as Psilocybe stuntzii and Psilocybe cianescens. There is also Psilocybe baeocystis grows from August to December, but rarely at the end of June. Psilocybe baeocystis is a semi-northern mushroom common throughout the Pacific Northwest.This mushroom was placed in the Aztec section by Gaston Guzman. Other members of this section include Psilocybe aztecorum var. astecorum, Psilocybe aztecorum var