The Blue Meanie mushroom strain was first discovered in Australia, thanks to its warm and tropical climate. The caps of these mushrooms tend to feature white speckles, and the stem is relatively thick and moderately fruity. The caps begin as light brown but become whiter as the psilocybin mushroom spores mature over time.
Many caps begin to look “cracked” when fully mature, as well. The flesh is thin, and the stipe of the mushroom tends to be longer and more slender than most, at about 6-12 cm.
Why are these magic mushroom spores called “Blue Meanies”? The answer is simple: the flesh easily bruises blue, and more so than other psilocybin spores. These psilocybin spores were given this name by locals in Australia. Some have reported that Blue Meanies are commonly found in Western Australia, while other reports state that they are more prevalent in southern Australia. These psilocybe cubensis spores also are known for being prolific fruiters, as well as for their pin sets and flushes. The “Blue Meanie” has relatively fast colonization times.
It’s also important to note that there is another mushroom that goes by the name of “Blue Meanies”, but these mushroom spores for sale are different. Specifically, that kind of mushroom is a panaeolus cyanescen, while these are psilocybe cubensis spores. Some have stated that it was a mushroom vendor that made this mistake a long time ago, and this is why these magic mushroom spores have been named accordingly.
These mushroom spores for sale are for microscopic research purposes only. Of course, it’s also important to look up your local laws and regulations before purchasing psilocybe mushroom spores.
MICROSCOPY RESEARCH: BEGINNER
Our Mushroom Spore kit includes 10ml of premium Blue Meanie research solution in a syringe with a sterile needle included.
Mushroom Spores are intended ONLY for microscopy and taxonomy purposes. The images shown are informational only and originate from other cultivators and labs outside the USA. Cultivation is illegal in many countries including the United States.