Love shrooms for life :)

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  1. Entzelov

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    20200507_205611.jpg One pic, teaser. I have more from before harvest and others behind it. Missed the lil guys :)
     
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    Love me some cakes. Not really a proper grow log, just some happy Spring time fruit :)
     
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    That one looks like a sunflower in the sun lol! What race are these? You making any prints?
     
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    Awesome man. Is that kept in an unmodified container?
     
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    No strains in mycology - this is not botany. Variety is cubensis, subvariety is B+ :D
    Kept in an unmodified container in a cool Canadian home. Made the best of it :)
    Here are some second flush shots from another cake - thumbnails : click to expand.
    Red caps remind me of something exotic like Zapotecorum.
    B one.jpeg

    Two days later :
    B two.JPG

    I gave this one a bit of sun. Third flush is coming through even before second has been picked - not great timing whoops. So pretty though ...
     
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    The 'sunflower' look is the classic stropharia classification which these shrooms were originally pinned under. Stropharia cubensis ---> Psilocybe Cubensis
     
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