Cambodia Cubensis Spore Syringe
- Product Code: CAM
- Availability: 20
This psilocybe mushroom was originally found by author John Allen while in Cambodia filming some of the psilocybe mushrooms that grow naturally throughout SE Asia.
John Allen and his film crew said they found it to be very smooth and strong for a cubensis as well. These cubensis along with some Panaeolus Cambodgeniensis grow in the cattle (brahmans) dung around the Angkor Wat Temple at Siem Reap, Cambodia. They actually grow throughout most of the country but that is the location these spores were collected. We find it interesting they were found in a high tourist area, just calling out to be picked by humans. Although not surprising as most psilocybe mushrooms are found where people thrive, not out in the a secluded forest like most gourmet mushrooms are found.
In Cambodia, while observing this fungi in nature, John noticed this cubensis loves heat! The spores have become quite popular with the asians as an aphrodisiac as well. All around a popular mushroom.
We accidently made to many of these so we have put them on sale for a month, enjoy the savings :)
UPDATE 9-23-18:We are adding a free cambodia cubensis spore syringes to this special of buy 5 or more. You have to add the Cambodia spore syringe to your cart, along with 5 other spore syringes or prints. Apply the coupon code freecams which will discount $15.95. You can apply the coupon code under VIEW CART > USE COUPON CODE.
You will be getting 6 spore syringes for the price of 4 which is about 33%+ off.
You may also combine this special with our mail in cash discount of 15% off to give you a 48% discount!
You can read more about our discounts and specials in our SPECIALS SECTION of the web site.
For microscopy details on the spores, look in the SPECIFICATION tab.
|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.|