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Burmese Penis Envy Spore Print
Looking for the best Burmese Penis Envy Spore Print around? You've found them! All of our prints are sourced from trusted cultivators, meticulously collected in front of flowhoods.
The strain known as “Burmese Penis Envy” (abbreviated as BPE) emerges from a genetic hybridization between the Burma and Penis Envy strains. This particular variant is considered relatively recent and exhibits some genetic instability.
Frequently Asked Questions
A Mushroom Spore Print is the first (or last!?) stage in the reproductive lifecycle of a fungus! Once a mushroom fruiting body has reached maturiy, the cap is separated from the stipe and placed on aluminum foil. After some time, the gills will release the spores held on the basidium, and they will fall to the foil!
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Keep your spore prints in a cool, dark place. If you choose to keep them in the fridge, ensure they’re in an airtight container so no baddies get in!
Scrape a tiny bit of the print – you only need a little bit, there are millions of spores in a single print – onto your microscope slide and check those beauties out!
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Each kit comes with a single print of the purchased variety on aluminum foil.
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Due to laws in place, active species are not available to ship to Idaho and Georgia.