Cream Lex Luther Cubensis
Extremely Rare & Unique
It was found with great luck growing wild next to a gas station out of the dirt in Tampa, Florida, in 2016. Not that finding a Cubensis in Florida is unique in itself but the fact that it was a White/Leucistic Cubensis! It is completely unheard of and super rare to find a Leucistic/White Cubensis growing in the wild anywhere in the world.
So it was domesticated\stabilized to produce white mushrooms. In the 4th generation Lex started producing some really cool looking cream colored fruits, along with the white ones. It was decided to stabilize the nice looking cream colored fruits but also continued stabilizing the white ones. There are two versions of this variety, the white/leucistic variety and also these unique cream colored ones.
These are just now being released to the public. Be one of the first people on earth to get your hands on this Rare/unique and new cubensis! You should also keep an eye out for the upcoming white variety. This batch is from the fourth generation, it's not completely stabilized so there may be variations from this batch. You may have some white mushrooms mixed in. Spores provided in sterile aqueous solution using 10cc BD Luer-Lok syringes. One sterile 1.5in 18ga needle will be provided for each 10ml spore syringe.
Spores are intended for microscopy and taxonomy purposes only. Images provided for informational and educational reference only and originate from cultivators and labs outside the US. Cultivation of this species is illegal in many countries including the United States. Please check your local regulations.
California, Idaho, and Georgia residents: Orders requesting Psilocybe Genera Spores shipped to California, Idaho, and Georgia will be refused, voided, or refunded. Possession of these mushroom spores may be illegal in CA, ID, and GA without the proper permissions.
Limited supply available!