Psilocybe tampanensis var “Beulah” was recently collected from Florida and domesticated in the last few years. The Beulah variety is the second confirmed collection of Ps. tampanensis from Florida and was sequenced by Alan Rockefeller. Ps. tampanensis is an exotic species of mushroom that originated from the south east United States. Ps. tampanensis is a species that is able to form sclerotia; these mycelial masses are sold commercially in the Netherlands as “Philosopher Stones”. A great species to have and compare with other spores under the scope as they are distinct from other species.
The spore prints are about the size of a nickel/quarter and 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.