buy Albino A+ Magic Mushrooms has a pale cream cap that can turn bluish with damage. It can turn a yellow color when exposed to light
The “A+” strain cubensis is a strong culture and average colonization times. Prolific fruiter with beautiful pins with caps sometimes covered in inverted warts. This strain tends to have very large fruit that sporulate heavily. Easy to fruit strain and a classic. This is the same strain that the more popular Albino A+ strain mutated from. If you are looking for a reliable strain for your microscopy purposes, this one is a must have in your collection.
Cap/Pileus: Very pale cream, especially in the center, to white often with bluish tones, sometimes with a sharp central nipple. Universal veil remnant spots are present but inconspicuous against the pale cap.
Gills/Lamellae: Attachment adnate to adnexed. Grayish coloration in young fruit bodies becoming nearly black in maturity.
Stem/Stipe: Similar in coloration to the cap, bluing intensely with damage. Partial veil leaves a persistent membranous annulus that is soon purple with spores. Microscopic feat.: Basidio/Spores: Dark purple in deposit. Habitat: Bovine, Equine Dung and Enriched Soils. Comment: Unlike the PF albino, this mutated strain retains normally pigmented spores. Since there is also a small amount of pigment in the carpophores, this strain is better considered a leucistic form instead of a true albino.
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