Psilocybe cyanescens, not to be confused with Panaeolus cyanescens- see here for Pan cyan samples, is a woodlover species that is thought to be native to the Pacific Northwest of USA; however, it is also found around parts of Europe, Western Asia, and New Zealand. Ps. cyanescens varies in spore characteristics from P. cubensis and offers a great comparison under the scope. Consider checking out Ps. allenii which is closely related to Ps. cyanescens and is likely a locally derived, speciality species.
The spore prints are on paper within a ziplock.
Spore prints are sent in a larger 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.