There are many different mushroom spores for sale, but the Albino Penis Envy is quite unique. For those who don’t know, the Albino Penis Envy magic mushroom spores are a hybrid of the Penis Envy strain and PF Albino strain. These psilocybin spores are among the most researched in the world.
These mushrooms have gills that are white aging and turn bluish when handled or damaged. The caps are 20 mm or larger and turn bluish-green when bruised. The caps do not develop normally, as other psilocybin mushroom spores do – they are much more bulbous. The caps may turn blue when mature, as well.
The stems are often bulbous near the middle and are purely white. They are known to be short and thick. The stems tend to be about 60-100 mm in length. There is also no persistent annulus here, either, despite the fact that an annular zone can be observed on the surface.
The Albino Penis Envy mushroom is a psilocybe cubensis mushroom, that grows from psilocybe cubensis mushroom spores. These mushrooms can be found in tropical and subtropical climates all over the world, including North America, South America, Asia, Australia, and Central America.
These magic mushroom spores are called “Albino Penis Envy” because they grow into mushrooms that have a phallic shape. There are varying reports regarding how these psilocybin mushroom spores were first discovered.
The Albino Penis Envy mushroom, or APE mushroom, has developed a bit of a novelty reputation in the world of magic mushroom spores.
The Albino Penis Envy is known to be a slow-growing mushroom, and the psilocybin mushroom spores are known to be slow-growing when compared to other psilocybin spores. It should be noted that our spore syringe is only intended for research and taxonomy purposes only.
MICROSCOPY RESEARCH: ADVANCED
Our Mushroom Spore kit includes 10ml of premium Albino Penis Envy mushroom spores in a syringe with a sterile needle included.
Mushroom Spores are intended ONLY for microscopy and taxonomy purposes. The images shown are informational only and originate from other cultivators and labs outside the USA. Cultivation is illegal in many countries including the United States.