Psilocybe cubensis var “Navery” originated from Avery’s Albino. It is unclear if Navery F1 was the result of a reversion in Avery’s Albino or the result of an unintended and unknown cross with a canonical P. cubensis.
This is an unstable variety as the spores are only F2. The cross seems to be canonical, the spores are purple and are NOT albino and the reported phenotypes suggest a range of canonical, leucistic, and albino specimens in the F3. This is a strain worth having in your library to catalogue the start of a potentially interesting stable future variety.
Spore prints are single prints on foil.
Spore prints are sent in a ziplock bag with “Microscopy use only” written on the ziplock.
Spore prints will be labelled with an acronym for the variety or with the full variety name or, if it is a single print, the ziplock may be labelled.