Brazil Cubensis Spore Syringe
- Product Code: BRAZ
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This strain of mushroom spores from Brazil comes from a very magical place, the Amazon rain forest. This strain of cubensis grows quite easily in the NW region of Brazil near the Venezuela border, stretching all the way in to Venezuela throughout the many ranches. This author has friends that live there and they tell me during the rainy season (which is most of the year) lots of "gringos" come to their ranches walking around collecting trash bags full of mushrooms! What's interesting is not many of local young adults are educated on picking psilocybe mushrooms, but many gringos come mushroom hunting. Technically they don't grow right in the rain forest, but on the fringes where the cattle and horse ranches are. The shaman indians that live in the nearby rain forest also use them in their spiritual ceremonies along with ayahausca. Many gringos take trips in to the rain forest to eat the sacred mushrooms and drink ayahausca for a spiritual adventure. This author once attempted a trip to stay with the indians for 3 days to experience the ayahausca but I was stricken with food poisoning for 10 days and never made it in the forest where the native indians live. None the less it was fun collecting mushrooms and spores in such a beautiful and tropical land. Although I would SERIOUSLY not recommend it these days as Venezuela has become extremely dangerous.
This strain of cubensis thrives in these lands, thus gringo's could easily pick bags full. As you can see from the pictures this strain spreads a lot of mushrooms in a small space. We carry spores for 2 different strains of cubensis from Brazil, the Corumba Brazil and this "Brazil" strain. As good as this strain is our spore supplier in Austria actually likes the Corumba Brazil spores slightly better. They both look beautiful under a microscope so you be the judge.
Click on the SPECIFICATION tab to learn more about the microscopic spore features.
|Cubensis Spore Taxonomy||Microscopic Features: Spores dark purplish brown to violet brown in deposit, subellipsoid, 11.5-17 by 8-11 u. Basidia 2- or 3-spores, but usually 4-spored. Pleurocystidia nearly pear shaped, sometimes mucronate, 18-30 by 6-13 u. Cheilocystidia fusoid-ventricose with an obtuse or subcapitate apex, sometimes sublageni form, 17-32 by 6-10 , with the narrow necks 3-5 u broad. One rare cubensis strains named Columbia “rust spore” actually drops almost reddish rust colored spores but this strain is very unique! We do carry spores of that strain from time to time.|